The tech giant has announced that Microsoft has started beta testing for a major update to Windows 10. It will not launch until early 2020 and named it 20H1. This is most important the April 2019 update is Microsoft’s next major Windows 10 patch. It is just now reaching the RTM (ready-to-manufacture) status. It is noteworthy that public beta testing Heck for the forthcoming October update named it 19H2. But, it will not even begin until sometime this spring.
There is a major reason Microsoft is getting way ahead. The head of the Windows Insider beta testing program, Dona Sarkar wrote in the blog post of Microsoft. Sarkar said, “Some things we are working on in 20H1 require a longer lead time”. This new version of Windows 10 20H1 is named Skip Ahead and it is the earliest build that beta testers can access.
It is the least stable of Microsoft’s Windows 10 beta tests. The idea is for enthusiast users to help crowd-source the company’s quality assurance process, essentially. Meanwhile, Microsoft hasn’t yet announced any major features about the 20H1 update. But most of us are expecting to hear word soon enough if testing is already underway. It is expected that people will experience some major and massive changes after starting the testing launch.