Microsoft has recently released a preview for Windows 10 for the 1909 version. It takes part in the 19H2 branch. However, this update has to do with testing and releasing Windows 10, and not much about the brand new features.
This latest preview for the version 1909 of Windows 10 is part of Microsoft new way to improve the features with updates after it had to do with some issue with regards to the delayed Windows 10 1809 launch.
At the beginning of July, the company said that they have some plans to roll out the future Windows 10 releases in monthly updates. This is the case for those gadgets that are already on the May 2019 update.
Version 1909 of Windows 10 is compatible with the old service pack, which was used to employ before actually shifting to the Windows 10 as a service kind of a model. It has 30 months of support. It also is the last Windows 10 feature update, before Windows 7 will meet its end on the 14th of January, 2020.
Testers are very important for Microsoft
The latest 19H2 release, the 18363.327 build, represents the beginning of testing when it comes to Microsoft. It’s the beginning of the approach that Microsoft wants to use for the Windows Insider testers for the preview of the release. This one will offer a more stable build.
Microsoft says that the build with the number 18363.327 is not the final version of the 19H2 build. However, it will come to the Release Preview ring later this year, and it will be ahead of the general availability.
The company has also made available the ‘seeker’ experience, but only for 10% of the insiders. They will be able to get their hands on the update manually, from Windows Update.
Those Windows Insiders who do get 19H2 build 18363.327 will not see all the features that those Slow ring users have received. Also, those users from the Slow ring won’t be able to change to the Release Preview ring or get the updates yet.
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