Just like before, the next-year lineup of Windows 10 feature updates will include two separate releases, one in the spring and another one in the fall.
Previously, Microsoft shipped major improvements in the spring release, while the fall update was focused more on under the hood optimizations and less on new features.
In 2021, however, the two feature updates will change places, so the spring update will be just a minor pack of improvements, while the fall sibling is the one bringing bigger changes.
And according to a report from WL, Microsoft is already working on Windows 10 version 21H2 (the one due in the fall of the next year), as the Windows team is currently internally testing build 21264.
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