Microsoft has begun testing an update for Windows 10 that will be released in 2020. It's unusual that the company is testing updates in advance because Microsoft typically publishes two updates a year and tests them with members of the public. Microsoft has not yet started testing the next 2019 update code-named 19H2. However, Dona Sarkar's head of Windows Insider Dona Sarkar claims additional testing is required for this new 2020 update.
Based on the first half of 2020 and codenamed 20H1, Sarkar says, "Some things we work on in 20H1 require a longer lead time." Microsoft has not yet officially announced features for this update, but the company has released the update first early beta version of it for testers today. Windows 1
Microsoft is about to finalize the next major Windows 10 update, due in April. It is currently codenamed 19H1, and the software maker is expected to deliver a final version to testers in March before being more widely available on existing machines. This Spring 2019 update will include a new lighting design, Kaomoji support, a separation of Cortana from Windows Search, and a new integrated Office app.