Ahead of Windows 10 21H1, Microsoft confirms v2004 broad deployment

Windows 10 21H1 update is expected to launch in May/June and
Microsoft has now confirmed that version 2004 of the OS is
finally ready for ‘broad deployment’. Basically, this means
that Windows 10 version 2004 doesn’t have any major bugs for
most configurations and it’s ready to be delivered broadly to
all PCs.

Windows 10 May 2020 Update, otherwise known version 2004, has
had a dismal time of things since its release, with reports
suggesting that the update resulted in Blue Screen of Death
errors and it also broke Google Chrome.

After critical bugs were reported, Microsoft halted
distribution of the upgrade for some devices and all upgrade
blocks were finally lifted in January 2021.

The deployment process has still been slow, but as we get
closer to version 21H1 update, Microsoft is
now trying to forge ahead with last year’s big release.
It’s also worth noting that version 2004 has been tested for
than a year now and Microsoft is not trying to rush things, but
there could still be bugs for some configurations.

The broad deployment also means that users can now directly
upgrade to version 2004 from an older version of the operating
system even if the device has compatibility issues.

In February, Microsoft is also planning to start rolling out
the preview builds of Windows 10 ’21H1′ to testers in the
Release Preview Channel.

We’ve already seen evidence of version 21H1 in preview updates
for the operating system.

In a preview build, references to an enablement package for
version 21H1 (Build 19042.789) was spotted in the Registry

version 21H1 leak

We have also managed to enable the hidden enablement package
and switched our version 20H2 device to version 21H1, as shown
in the above screenshot. This seemingly confirms that the next
feature update is around the corner, but
reports have suggested that it won’t show up until at least

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