Another change is coming for Windows Insiders when it comes to what type of builds they will have in the Fast and Slow Ring for testing upcoming releases of Windows 10. Here is what I know and my take on these changes.
Microsoft is quickly heading towards a final release for the next major feature update of Windows 10 with the release of Build 19033 to both the Fast and Slow Rings for Windows Insiders. Windows 10 (20H1) also has its official designation as of this release.
Now that Microsoft has made their latest update to Windows 10 available to the public, more options are becoming available to get this latest update on your own devices. Here is a list to help track it down for both update and clean installs.
Microsoft has wrapped up development of the latest update for Windows 10, previously known under the code name 19H2. Following the testing of 16 builds over the last four months, the update is available through Windows Update for anyone looking for it. In addition it is accessible using the Media Creation Tool (MCT) for in-place or clean upgrades.
We go over the latest progress with Windows 10 in its development channels. This includes the soon to be released Windows 10 Version 1909, aka codename 19H2, and next springs planned release of Windows 10 Version 1903 – otherwise known as 20H1.