Microsoft has worked to improve the Task Manager experience in the next Windows 10 major update version 2004. It has also worked to include a new Windows 10 reset option “Cloud Download” in the next Windows 10 major feature update.

GPU temperature monitoring comes to Task Manager:

If you have a dedicated GPU card, you will be able to see the current temperature next to its listing in the Performance Tab.

Showing the temperature of the GPU in Task Manager.

Disk type now visible in Task Manager Performance tab:

You’ll now be able to see the disk type (e.g. SSD) for each disk listed in Task Manager’s performance tab. This is particularly helpful in cases where you have multiple disks listed.

Showing task manager that now bubbles up disk type (in this case in the image it’s an SSD)

Recovery Improvements: A new Reset this PC option–Cloud Download

In Windows 10 version 2004, “reset this PC” now provides users a new choice to download Windows or use local reinstall. Previously, Reset this PC was only able to do a local reinstall and would build a new Windows installation from existing Windows files.

The cloud download option will reinstall the same build, version, and edition, that is currently installed on your device. This new cloud download option is available to all Windows 10 devices and is different from the “Recover from the cloud” feature available on some earlier Windows 10 devices.

GIF demo showing click-through flow from Settings > Update & Security > Reset this PC, using cloud download option.

This is a recovery operation and will remove apps you have installed. Additionally, if the “Remove everything” option is selected, user data will also be deleted.

The version 2004 update is a major feature update and brings many new features, changes and improvements.

You can read all the changes and new features that Windows 10 Version 20H1 brings with itself by clicking here and here in our massive categorized changelog.