Windows 10’s first major update for 2020 could arrive soon

Microsoft is already working on Windows 10’s 20H1 update. Expected sometime around May 2020, this is Windows 10 version 2004. It’s much bigger than Windows 10’s November 2019 update but still feels like a collection of useful improvements.This post is up-to-date with features included in Windows Insider builds up to build 19041.153, released on March 13, 2020. We originally published it on Aug. 28, 2019, and have been updating it throughout Microsoft’s development process.

Windows 10 version 2004 includes a fairly long list of improvements for users with special accessibility needs. If you use Eye Control, you’ll find that it’s now possible to drag and drop objects using your eyes. If you pause the Eye Control tool, it will now hide the launchpad completely so as to avoid getting in the way. It’s also now possible to use a switch to perform a click, rather than having to look at the option you want to select for an extended period. Microsoft also refined the settings experience for Eye Control to give users more control over how the system responds to eye movement.

Starting with 20H1, Disk Cleanup and Storage Sense will finally not clean your Downloads folder.Microsoft is removing Downloads folder from both Disk Cleanup tool and Windows 10 Storage Settings app. The option is being removed after some users said they accidentally deleted all the files in your Downloads folder. If you need Buy Windows 10 Product Key, you can visit our site z2u.com.

Microsoft is pushing users to go passwordless with Windows 10 20H1. As the name suggests, the functionality is intended to ditch traditional combinations formed of letters, numbers and symbols in favour of Windows Hello Face, a fingerprint, or a numerical PIN.Microsoft claims this should improve security and deliver a “seamless sign-in experience” for users.

The tech giant explained: “For improved security and a more seamless sign-in experience, you can now enable passwordless sign-in for Microsoft accounts on your Windows 10 device by going to Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options, and selecting ‘On’ under ‘Make your device passwordless’.“This will strengthen your device sign-in by switching all Microsoft accounts on your device to modern multifactor authentication with Windows Hello Face, Fingerprint, or PIN, and eliminating passwords from Windows.”