The Windows 10 v2009 version is code-named Manganese
Microsoft is changing its internal product code a long time ago. Microsoft has determined to use the periodic table of chemical elements as the basis for the code change.
This code is an internal code, so it is only used internally by Microsoft, and the name consumers see is still in the format of Windows 10 Version 2009.
The code name for the new autumn version has already appeared in the Windows 10 beta version. It seems that Microsoft will not adjust this type of name and code in a short time.
Windows 10 Version 2004 (updated in May 2020), which has completed development and is about to launch an official version, is code-named Vibranium within Microsoft.
The Windows 10 Version 2009 version released in the fall (October 2020 update version) in the order of the next internal code is Manganese.
Windowslatest has found that Microsoft uses code-named Manganese in the latest beta version. Of course, this autumn’s update is a small update and will not bring particularly many new features.
In the PowerShell command Get-VMHostSupportedVersion, you can see a list like the following figure, and you can see the Manganese code at the end.