Microsoft is planning to release at least two updates for Windows 10 next year. The first one, codenamed Redstone 2, is likely to be rolled out in March. This effectively means that the Windows 10 Anniversary update (Redstone 1) will be the last update for Microsoft’s latest operating system.
Microsoft has only recently started rolling out the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, which can be downloaded by users through a few methods. The update adds several new features and makes significant improvements to Windows 10, including security enhancements; better versions of digital voice assistant Cortana and the Microsoft Edge browser and more promoted apps.
Details of what the company is planning to include in its next major Windows 10 update will be revealed at a special Surface PC event later this month. Redstone 2 may coincide with upcoming hardware updates to the Surface Book and Surface Pro devices of Microsoft, with internal builds of the next major Windows 10 update already out for testing. Microsoft is planning to bring a blue light reduction feature to Windows 10, alongside improvements to Cortana to help bridge the gap between mobile devices and PCs. Microsoft is also planning a “HomeHub” feature for Windows 10 to manage smart devices, and it’s possible this might make it into the
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