However, do not expect big changes in Windows 10 either. Microsoft has announced that it has stopped working on new features for this OS and is focusing all its resources on Windows 11.
So what can we expect from this big update for Windows 10? According to rumors, we will have a lot of bug fixes and small improvements that users have been clamoring for all this time. In this way, the build of Windows 10 would become 19045.1865.
If your computer isn’t compatible with Windows 11, don’t worry too much. Microsoft already declared a year ago that Windows 10 would continue to be supported until 2025, so updates are assured (for now).
Media like Neowin mention some small changes that we will see in this update. One of them is the appearance of the “News and interests” widget regardless of where the user decides to place the taskbar. In case you like to alter the position of your taskbar in Windows 10, this change will benefit you.
Another of the rumored novelties indicates that there will be a new way to simplify the change of the default applications of the system. This change was previously pointed out by an Insider and follows the same trend that we currently see in Windows 11.
Windows 10 will also receive improvements in the accessibility section. Now, we will have the possibility to enjoy live subtitles throughout the system. Previously, this option was limited to a few applications. If you want to change this in the next update, go to Settings, then Accessibility, then Live Captions. In this section you can enable these subtitles, which will be located at the top of the screen.
Make the leap to Windows 11
Currently, Microsoft is concentrating all its efforts on improving and polishing the Windows 11 experience. Remember that it is possible to upgrade your computer to Windows 11, as long as you meet the necessary requirements. And if you don’t meet them, you also have other unofficial methods to upgrade to Windows 11.