Microsoft prepares to launch Windows 10 May 2021 Update (21H1)
Microsoft has confirmed that the next update for the company’s operating system is called Windows 10 May 2021 Update (21H1), and also announced that build 19043.928 is considered final. This means that this particular assembly is most likely to be massively distributed among users. A post about this appeared on the Microsoft developer blog.
It is also noted that the developers continue to improve the software platform, releasing regularly cumulative updates, which is why insiders on the early and preliminary access channels are already using newer 21H1 builds than the one that will be distributed in large quantities at the time of the update. Microsoft’s Insider Program currently has access to Windows 10 build 19043.964, according to reports. It’s worth noting that Microsoft will not automatically roll out the 21H1 update to Insiders. You need to install it yourself through the “Windows Update.”
As for the Windows 10 May 2021 Update itself, although it is considered functional, in fact, it will not bring with it any significant changes and will mainly consist of general fixes and improvements to improve the stability of the OS. Among the most notable improvements, it is worth noting the emergence of support for the use of external cameras for Windows Hello and several innovations for the enterprise version of the platform.