Microsoft: Skip Ahead is open for the next feature update of Windows 10

In the Windows 10 Insider Build 17713 released two weeks ago, Microsoft made a reset adjustment to Skip Ahead. Today Windows Insider officially released a tweet saying that the “Skip Ahead” channel is open in the next Windows 10 release. This means that the project will separate two branches in the next period, RS5_Release for all users, and RS_Prerelease for a small number of Skip Ahead users enjoy Redstone 6 branch content in advance.

With the release of the Build 17713 release, the Windows team gradually stopped development work, turned to bug fixes, compatibility/stability tests, etc., to prepare for RC candidates and RTM.

“19H1” will be the seventh system update since Windows 10 released in 2015 (referred to as “Win10.7”) and eventually become the eighth official version. Of course, it’s important to note that Microsoft will reopen the registration of the Skip Ahead channel in a few weeks, and if it doesn’t participate on time, it will “downgrade” to the Fast Ring channel.