The first Windows 10 v1909 build will land in the coming weeks

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Microsoft is already working on the very first Windows 10 v1909 build. Windows 10 19H2 is expected to be launched in October 2019.

The Redmond giant has a lot of work to do. The company is now working on two different projects: completing the Windows 10 19H1 build that will be launched in April 2019 and developing the next OS version slated for release in mid-October 2019. As you can see, Microsoft is indeed planning ahead.

The Windows 10 version 1909 or 19H2 has already been built and compiled according to WZor. This Microsoft enthusiast who tracks Windows news is now the successor of BuildFeed keeping an eye on the new builds launched by the Windows team.Windows 10 v1909 build

Details about the next OS features are not available yet. Still, judging by the usual release schedule of Microsoft, we dare predict that it will reach users in mid-October. Most likely, the rollout will take place in stages.

Windows 10 19H2(Vanadium) is expected to be launched as version 1909 in reference to the month when the RTM build was compiled.

The development of Windows 10 19H1 will be finalized in March. Preview builds are already available online for Fast ring Insiders. As such, the development of Windows 10 19H2 will be completed in September and the final version will be launched in October.

Meet Vanadium and Vibranium

Microsoft started using elements names as codenames for developments of Windows 10, and the first two names are: Vanadium and Vibranium
However, according to the new report, after Windows 10 19H1, instead of using the 19H2 codename, Microsoft will use the element name “Vanadium”.

If the company goes forward with the new scheme, after “Windows 10 Vanadium,” the next feature update releasing in 2020 would carry the Chromium codename. However, Microsoft will most likely use a made-up element name, such as Vibranium since Chromium is already used by Google.

We’ll just wait and see what this new release build brings to the table.

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