New leak hints at Windows 10 21H1 feature update with Build 19043

Windows 10 v21H1 update

Windows 10’s 21H1 update is said to be a minor affair that
doesn’t introduce any new features. Like the October 2020
Update, the first ‘feature’ update of the year is going to be a
low-key release as
Microsoft is busy with Windows 10X development and Sun
Valley redesign.

Based on references spotted in preview builds, there is a
strong possibility that the Windows 10 version 21H1 update
could be pushed out to testers in the Release Preview Ring in
February or March alongside the usual round of security
patching that takes place on the second Tuesday.

With Windows 10 KB4598291 for version 20H2, Microsoft appears
to be making backend changes to the operating system,
potentially in preparation for public testing of “Build 19043 /
version 21H1”.

Furthermore, the software giant has already started testing a
new ‘About’ section in Settings > System with clear mention
of ‘version 21H1’ and “Build 19043”.

Build 19043

It’s worth noting that the existence of Windows 10 version 21H1
hasn’t been confirmed by Microsoft yet. Version 21H1 does
appear to be another enablement package update due to the
discovery of ‘enablement’ switch in a preview update.

Windows 10 21H1 update is expected to enter its final stage of
testing with Windows Insiders soon. However, even if the update
does start to roll out in February, remember that the general
public (non-Insiders) won’t receive it until at least
April/May. The rollout will also depend on the hardware and
software compatibility.

The Spring 2021 update should be a straightforward process for
everyone  – like last year’s October 2020 Update, which
was also delivered via an enablement package.

This update is expected to ship with improvements to the
Storage Settings, native support for DNS over HTTPS (DoH) and
more. In addition to these minor changes, there’ll be some
quality improvements too.

The full changelog is not yet available and it’s also likely
that new features will be added over the next few months via
Windows Feature Experience Pack.

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