Microsoft has declared the iteration brings a new “tamper protection setting”; that should prevent malicious third-parties from changing fundamental security settings on a user computer.
Windows 10 users are typically granted two substantial upgrades for the software every year. Last year these arrived in April and October respectively.
The next major update for Windows 10 is expected to debut in April. This software has the codename 19H1.
However; those that are part of Microsoft’s Insider programme are able to experience early versions of the software; that also gives an early glimpse into forthcoming features.
Microsoft has already released numerous Insider preview builds for 19H1, confirming the software will arrive with Windows Sandbox, a revamped Start menu and more when it debuts.