Microsoft announced today that it has finished developing version 20H2 of Windows 10 and will release it in October if all goes well. The company says existing Windows 10 users will upgrade to this version by installing the Windows 10 October 2020 Update.
Today, we are releasing [Windows 10 Insider Preview] Create 19042.508 (KB4571756) For Windows Insider Subscribers In The Release Preview Channel, “Latest Windows Insider Blog Post is reading. “We believe Build 19042.508 is the final build and still plan to continue improving the overall experience of [Windows 10 Version 20H2] On customers’ personal computers as part of our normal service rhythm. “
“Microsoft’s service beat” – seriously – has not been a normal thing for at least the past two years. But the current schedule, which matches last year’s schedule, is that the October 2020 Update will be delivered as a small quality update if you already have Windows 10 2004 release. Otherwise, you’ll get the full feature update process.
For those who want the final bits today, Microsoft indicates that Windows 10 20H2 will be offered to insiders in the release preview channel via the so-called Finder experience on Windows Update at the start. This simply means that you will have to check for updates and then choose to install them. Once an insider updated their PC [with] October 2020 update [to Windows 10 version 20H2], They will continue to receive new service updates automatically through Windows Update (eg [normal] Monthly update process), the company adds.
Finally, there is also one known issue: Those who use Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) will see the “Element not found” error message when they try to start WSL. A fix will be available in the next release of Windows 10 version 20H2 servicing release “soon,” says Microsoft.