The development of the Windows 10 April 2019 19H1 update is starting to wind down now, with few major features coming and the bug bash leading up to the “RTM” version already started.
From now on it is likely each new build with come with more and more fixes and fewer and fewer “what’s new” items.
Those who like living on the edge are already looking forward to the next phase of Windows 10 development, likely codenamed Windows 10 19H2. Vanadium has also been rumoured as a code name, with Vibranium (not Chromium) likely being 20H1.
That operating system is expected to include items such as an improved Edge browser with the Chromium rendering engine, improvements aimed at making Windows 10 work better with dual-screen foldable PCs, and possibly UI changes like Sets which ended up being sidelined in 1809 and 19H1, amongst other improvements.
Now a new tweet by Brandon Le Blanc, a member of the Windows Insider program, has revealed that Skip Ahead enthusiasms who are looking to get onto the next train will now have long too wait.
No we are a few weeks away from any possible Skip Ahead flights. Sorry!
— Brandon LeBlanc (@brandonleblanc) January 25, 2019
It seems likely we will start seeing the first builds towards the end of February or early March. These will likely initially be very similar to 19H1 but may include foundational changes which make them very unstable.
What are our readers expecting for the next major version of Windows 10? Let us know below.