Microsoft has just released a new Windows Insider build … version 20H1 to be released in 2020. Four months after its alleged release, Microsoft is still not testing 19H2, the next October update for Windows 10. What could go wrong?
These major Windows updates are typically completed one month before they are released. This means that the Windows 1
The Windows 10 Update of October 2018 provided for a standard testing process and still had a number of errors – even deleting people's files. These updates need to be tested, and it is unclear how many times the next Windows 10 update will be publicly tested before it is released by Microsoft on Windows 10 PCs.
That's really strange – Microsoft has never done a Windows 10 update of this kind.  Renowned Windows journalist Mary Jo Foley believes that 19H2 is likely to be a minor update to Windows 10 and that all new features will be disabled by default. That's what their sources say anyway.
I think it will really be mainly a 19H1 service pack. and rumor has it that new features may be disabled by default
– Mary Jo Foley (@maryjofoley) June 5, 2019
However, Microsoft has not publicly commented on what to expect from 19H2. Already in February it was said in a Microsoft blog post: "We will publish from this spring 19H2 bits for insiders." However, summer begins in two and a half weeks October 2018 update messed up. Despite promising "transparency" Microsoft still does not speak. Another official message from Microsoft would do a lot.