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Windows 10 21H1 will be the tenth version of the OS, and it’s expected to release sometime in spring 2021. Also, codenamed Manganese, this new version on Windows 10 will introduce a small set of new features and improvements, such as new Start menu, improvements around the taskbar, notifications, Settings, Security, and more.
Currently these changes are available in the Dev Channel of the Windows Insider Program, which has been designed for “highly technical users.” When using builds from this channel, you’ll receive builds that are rough and have code that is still in development.
Also, previews in this channel give you a glimpse of the features and changes coming in future updates. The only caveat is that builds in the Dev Channel are not attached to any specific release of Windows 10. However, at this time, most of the changes available in this channel are expected to arrive with the 21H1 update.
Windows 10 21H1 related content, news, release date, steps to upgrade and clean installation, new features and changes can be found here.
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