Microsoft has announced its readiness to release the next update for Windows 10. Officially called the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, the company revealed having sent the version for products analysts to review, a common practice in the tech industry.
While the company is still at the liberty to improve on its product before the release, the public can anticipate the upgraded features ahead of May 2020 release.
According to Microsoft, unlike previous Windows 10 Updates, this year’s May 2020 Update is smaller in scope, noting that its main focus is to patch up smaller issues across the operating system.
As revealed, some of the new features include a redesigned Cortana experience, some tweaks to the tablet mode, and small changes to virtual desktops and the calendar in the taskbar.