Windows 10 will get new features in the upcoming update, although they will no longer be so significant.
Although Microsoft recently announced the successor to Windows 10 – Windows 11, the creator of the popular operating system did not betray the currently used “tithe”. Therefore, the upcoming 21H2 update will bring some news. Still, Microsoft is on the verge of a word and not much is known, so we bring at least a few news. Among the first new features is support for the OpenXPS format (* .oxps), which is supposed to replace the XPS format used so far, but if you still like the original format, you can change it in the system settings. TPM certification for Intel Tiger Lake processors is also to be added.
Another novelty is the extension of Windows Hello functions, where support for external webcams has been added. Thanks to which you will be able to log in to the system despite a closed laptop, or docked in the docking station. There is less chaos with this update, as this feature has already been announced for the current 21H1 update, so it’s likely to be just a bug in the document. Microsoft should add a few more improvements, but it won’t be a big deal, as most of the resources are being moved to complete Windows 11.
The expected release of the upcoming update is tentatively scheduled for October 2021. Until Windows 10 supports support, Microsoft can be expected to maintain it without adding any major updates to the system. Which, on the one hand, should bring smooth, seamless updates.
Source: Technológie by pc.zoznam.sk.
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