Microsoft is now working on several major Windows 10 updates for 2021. In addition to Windows 10X, the company’s cloud PC service and the ability to run Android apps directly on Windows 10, the usual major Windows 10 updates will come in the first and second half of the year.
The first major update, version 21H1, will offer general quality improvements while the really cool version 21H2, also known by the code name Sun Valley, will give the operating system a new look.
Now reports Windows Latest that references in the code seem to reveal that the locked-in version of Sun Valley will be ready as early as June. Although the update is not expected to be released until October or November, the new look may be partially available to Windows 10 pre-testers as early as this summer.
According to a new job advertisement from Microsoft, the upcoming appearance changes are described as “consistent” and “innovative”. Previous data indicates that Microsoft is testing enhancements for the Start menu, Task Center, taskbar, Explorer, and so on.
When Microsoft will present the news itself is still unknown.