Microsoft now working on 2020 build of Windows 10

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Microsoft working on features that will require more intensive testing for 2020 version of Windows 10
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Microsoft working on features that will require more intensive testing for 2020 version of Windows 10

Windows 10 build for the first half of 2020 will require more intensive testing than usual

Microsoft is currently beta testing versions of Windows 10 for release in 2020, despite the autumn update from 2108 still making its rounds in February 2019. At the moment, Microsoft's Windows 1...

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