Windows 10 19H2 (version 1909) will soon begin to be delivered to the participants of the preliminary assessment program, who have chosen the content type Skip Ahead.
RTM-version of Windows 10 April 2019 Update (19H1) should appear in March, which means the development of the spring update is coming to an end. Last week, the first build of the 19h1_release branch (previously rs_prerelease) was released on the Early Access channel – this is a sure sign that Windows 10 19H2 will soon begin to be delivered to the participants of the preliminary assessment program who chose the content type Skip Ahead.
Microsoft spokesman Brandon LeBlanc (Brandon LeBlanc) reports that there are only a few weeks left before this event.
— Nicola Ivkovic (@nicolaofficial4) January 25, 2019
This chart is not surprising. Last year, the first Redstone 5 assemblies were released by February 14. It is quite natural that test assemblies 19H2 will start to be delivered approximately on these dates.
At the moment, it is completely unclear what features will appear in the autumn update of Windows 10. Microsoft still promises to add “Sets.” This feature allows the user to group applications in tabs, just like in the browser. Initially, it was expected that the “Sets” will appear in Redstone 5.
It is not yet known whether Microsoft is going to reopen the set in Skip Ahead, or these assemblies will be offered only to insiders who have already chosen this type of content earlier. On the other hand, the first 19H2 assemblies will not offer new features, so you won’t miss anything special.