Microsoft will repeat last year's major-minor cadence for Windows 10's upgrades, the company said Tuesday.
"We will again deliver Windows 10, version 20H2 using servicing technology (like that used for the monthly update process) for customers running the May 2020 Update who choose to update to the new release," wrote John Cable, director of program management for the Windows Servicing and Delivery group, in a June 16 post to a Microsoft blog .
[ Related: Windows 10 version 2004: Key enterprise features ] Cable's description of the coming process echoed what he had said in July 2019, when he announced a sweeping departure from Windows 10's previous twice-a-year-upgrade model. He even used phrasing almost identical to last year's.
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