Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Dec 10, 2019.
My video drive is up-to-date from Dec 2016.
How come that 20th build will be released soon, since we had 1909 recently, considering 2 anual times for distribution of new versions of windows?
If you mean version 20H1, that version will not be released "soon" to the general public:
I have downloaded and installed AMD Radeon 19.12.2 yesterday. I noticed high CPU usage, so I removed it.
I am sure that there must be settings configuration to fix that, but I don't play games and see no benefit.
1909 is actually 1903 SP1. Microsoft released it as 1909 to give the appearance of 2 Versions released in 2019.
Were there any builds on Saturday?
Any. In principle, were or not?
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Since 1 Oct. 2014, there has been 1 Build released on Sat. None on Sun.
Is this the last release before MS is going to move onto the major 2020 releases?
FWIW I don't see that happening here
build 10.0.19041.1213 in the Skip Ahead XB (12.13.19)
What is Skip Ahead XB ?
big change i quess fresh install from a usb stick and setup doesn't install windows using uefi until after installation ?
I'm sure they will remedy that. That cannot be intended!?
But what do I know. It's getting harder to tell the difference between bug and feature.
Since the 20H2 version is released, is this build the RTM?