Microsoft announced the next feature release of Windows 10, Windows 10 21H1, on Wednesday afternoon, with just a single feature. Okay, maybe two.
No one quite expected Microsoft to release a major Windows 10 feature update in the spring of 2021, given the the work Microsoft has been putting into the forthcoming Windows 10X. Still, no one probably expected this: just two consumer-facing features, with only one of them something that a typical user might do. The rest is bug fixes.
In a blog post, John Cable, Microsoft’s vice president of program management, listed the new features inside Windows 10 21H1: