Two new feature updates for Windows 10 on desktop and an entirely new version of Windows built from the ground up for light computing are in the cards for 2019.
The year 2019 is upon us, which means it’s time to look ahead and see what we have in store for Windows 10. We know Microsoft has planned two new feature updates for Windows 10 this year, but there are rumors of an entirely new version of Windows on the horizon that will coexist alongside the current version of Windows 10. “Windows Lite,” a lightweight version of Windows for light computing devices, could be announced this year too.
This is everything you need to know about Windows updates in 2019.
Windows 10 ’19H1′ update expected April 2019
The year 2019’s first major Windows 10 update is currently in development and is in testing with Microsoft’s Insider Preview program under the codename “19H1.” This feature update is expected to launch in the spring of this year, likely sometime in April if Microsoft is able to keep to its internal schedule. The 19H1 update brings with it several noteworthy new changes and additions to Windows 10, most of which are cosmetic or improve upon already existing features.
Via:: Windows Central