It started out so simply. And more important, so right: Windows 10 version 19H2 would be like a service pack or cumulative update instead of a full-fledged feature update. Doing so would give Windows 10 users a well-earned breather. Both from unnecessarily intrusive version upgrades and from unnecessary new features. For once, it appeared that Microsoft was doing right by Windows 10, if belatedly.
Naturally, this couldn’t last.