The October 2021 Update for Windows 10 is around the corner and Microsoft has released a new cumulative update to optimize the operating system for consumers.
Windows 10 21H2 has already been feature-locked and it’s frozen in terms of adding stuff, and Microsoft has been working on stabilising. Build 19044.1263 or newer is likely to be the final build that will ship to users in October 2021. That’s because Microsoft has also published ISO images for 19044.1263.
Microsoft is currently busy squashing bugs that pop up during the final testing, so it’s likely that a big cumulative update with bug fixes will be released in the last week of October 2021.
Naturally, Windows 10 21H2 will reach non-Insiders in the month of October as an optional update, ahead of a likely wider rollout in early 2022.
As we reported recently, Windows 10 version 21H2 (October 2021 Update) is a minor enablement package update and it comes with quality improvements for enterprise customers.
According to the changelog, Microsoft has fixed issues with Windows 10’s OOBE (out-of-box experience). Another bug has been fixed that causes the operating system to display time incorrectly after a daylight saving time (DST) change. Microsft has also fixed an issue where Outlook apps would stop responding during normal use.
Microsoft is also testing TPM attestation support for Windows 10 21H2-powered PCs using Intel Tiger Lake CPUs. Similarly, Microsoft is also testing support for external Windows Hello cameras, but this feature will require support for built-in Windows Hello cameras as well as external cameras. on 21H1.
Windows 10 isn’t going to change dramatically after October 2021 Update and there won’t be any new features in version 21H2. We’ve also heard of improvements for inbox apps, but Microsoft hasn’t revealed when WIndows 11 apps will arrive on Windows 10 machines.
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