The update will be available for devices already running Windows 10 version 2004, and it won’t required reinstallation. However, if you’ll be upgrading from an older version (such as November 2019 Update or May 2019 Update), then the process to upgrade to version 20H2 won’t change, and full reinstallation will be required. The upcoming refresh for the operating system will include some new features and enhancements to improve the overall experience, nothing significant. Perhaps the most noticeable change with Windows 10 20H2 will be the integration of the Chromium version of Microsoft Edge. This new version will introduced an updated version of the Start menu that removes the solid color backplates behind the icon in the apps list and applies a partially transparent background to the tiles, matching the menu color scheme that should help to make easier to scan and find apps faster. Also, there will be a new more personalized version of the taskbar that will pin apps according to your device activities, you’ll find some tweaks in the Settings app, and more. Although Microsoft is changing the version name scheme to reflect the year and part of the calendar that the update will available, the company will continue to use friendly names to communicate with consumers. In this case, the version will be known as the “October 2020 Update.” If you want to start testing the upcoming version, Microsoft has also made available the ISO file of the final version for testing purposes, or you can also enroll your device in the Beta Channel (formerly Slow ring) to upgrade automatically. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.