Microsoft started publishing the first major Windows 10 update this year: Windows 10, also known as Update 21H1, or May 2021, will not make massive changes like its direct predecessor, build 19043. The update reaches all users in several steps, so it can Microsoft will fix any bugs that may occur with the new version relatively quickly, before they reach a wider audience.
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Despite what has been seen in previous Insider Preview releases, File Explorer design wasn’t finally accessed by Microsoft, which presumably includes the potential for a major turnaround in the fall. Instead of the keyword, the developers were working on the app, which promised to be significantly faster, especially as far as the search bar was concerned. Users have been complaining about the latter’s usability slowly for a year and a half since the November 2019 package, so Microsoft has now paid off old debts.
This is what File Manager looked like in Insider Preview
For small and supposedly relatively few users, Windows Hello biometric access control system has dual camera support, which can be especially useful on certain tablets. The good news for hard-core users is that Windows Sandbox and WDAG (Windows Defender Application Guard) have also evolved.
So far, the runtime of the container has matched the runtime of the host system, but from now on, the runtime is modified or optimized for the existing container. As a result, Microsoft promises significantly faster performance in both applications. Another small change is that the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is now the default in Windows Sandbox. A small change may also be, especially for remote workers and their administrators, is that WMI GPSVC has undergone a performance improvement.
Microsoft says the 21H1 package is easy to install on the vast majority of previous 20H2 computers. Also positive is that the Spring Refresh is significantly more flexible than before, the time required for the process is the same as that shown in the Monthly Rollups. Incidentally, 21H1 also fixes over twenty bugs, a full list of them Posted on Microsoft’s website.
After a modest spring refresh, the bundle, codenamed “Sun Valley,” dated fall can bring noticeably more wrinkles. According to the initial news, in addition to the Start menu, the developers will be taking a closer look at the design of many other interfaces that users use regularly.
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