Windows 10’s next feature update (21H1) could be released in May, or at least that’s the timeframe Microsoft intends to hit, according to a fresh rumor (which goes against what we previously heard about a possible later release in June).

This comes from Zac Bowden, a well-known Microsoft rumor peddler at Windows Central, who claims to have seen an internal schedule for the 21H1 update, which indicates that it could be finished in April, and the rollout should start in May – assuming no serious snags are encountered, of course.



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