Today, Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 20H1 Build 19030 to the beta testers and just like the last few preview updates, this one also comes with minor improvements.
As we reported in October, Microsoft is shifting to a new December and June RTM cycle, which could mean that the Windows 10 feature updates will launch early. At least for now, the report seems to be correct.
Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 10 Build 19030 removes Insider Preview watermark, suggesting an imminent RTM of Windows 10 20H1 update and possible early public rollout.
Microsoft says Windows 10 20H1 isn’t done yet, which makes sense as the company has to iron out the remaining bugs.
Normally, we don’t expect the first update of the year to ship before the spring, but it’s likely that Windows 10 20H1 will begin shipping to consumers early. Although the watermark has been removed and RTM build is expected to be signed off in December, you should not expect the update before March.
“The build watermark at the lower right-hand corner of the desktop is no longer present in this build. This doesn’t mean we’re done,” the changelog reads.
From The Desk of Windows Latest