Microsoft is reportedly beta testing Windows 10 2020 version. The upcoming upgrade will ship with new features, improvements, and enhancements. According to reports, Windows Insiders are getting the 19H1 update. The latest news is that Microsoft will most likely push 20H1 update instead of the anticipated 19H2.
Even though Microsoft is looking for beta testers, it will take a few more days for the product team to refine the modules included with the 20H1 build. However, you will be able to leverage the full potential of the 20H1 after the rollout of the 19H1 full build. Microsoft will provide bug fixes to several core issues reported by the users who have installed the previous versions.
Microsoft will end support for Windows 7 in 2020. If you are currently working with Windows 7, you should try to migrate to Windows 10. Otherwise, you won’t be able to receive any new update after the expiry of the update cycle.
As of this writing, there are over a million machines that run Windows 7 and it’s a mighty task for the administrators to convince and migrate to Windows 10. There are reports that enterprise companies have already started to migrate to Windows 10 to ensure compliance with the latest hardware such as printers.
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