The May Windows 10 update (also known as Windows 10 20H1) has not yet been released, and Microsoft seems to have already begun testing the Windows 10 21H1 update. It is reported that the 21H1 update will be code-named Windows 10 Iron (Fe). It will be seeded in the first half of next year. Although the blog post has been modified by now, we can still view the unedited version through the search engine cache. This blog post focuses on the Windows Linux subsystem, which confirmed the codename of the next major feature update as "Iron" and plans to push it to the Fast Ring channel in June this year. Insider testers are currently experiencing a slightly updated Windows 10 Manganese (20H2), with an expected release time of the second half of this year. As for Windows 10 21H1, Microsoft plans to push to the Insider testers who will test the Fast Ring in June. It is expected that this development branch will bring a lot of changes in functionality and appearance. Finally, Microsoft revealed in a recent Windows Insider podcast show that the new "Start" menu will no longer emphasize the colourful "Live Tiles", making the interface icons look more concise. Let's hope that this latest update makes the Windows 10 operating system better and more easy to use! So guys what do you think about this upcoming update to the most used operating system on the planet? Do let us know your opinions on the same in the comments section below! Feel free to subscribe to our newsletter and our push notifications for more awesome stuff! Stay Inspired to rise! Keep visiting for more such awesome posts, internet tips, gadget reviews, and remember we cover, "Everything under the Sun!" Follow Inspire2rise on Twitter. | Follow Inspire2rise on Facebook. | Follow Inspire2rise on YouTube.