Biannual Update Schedule For Windows 10 Starts In September: After all, the very new Creators Update for Windows 10 has arrived officially & users are loving it providing a very great review. Microsoft has been working on to this big & so awaited update from very long & finally they are here with it. Now further the company is looking forward to bringing down their other major updates that are to be scheduled for release. It is not a very new thing to know for some of you as some of us were already aware of the another upcoming major update which may show up sometimes in September this year.
Biannual Update Schedule For Windows 10 Starts In September:
As Redmond is also committed to two new feature release schedule the upcoming year i.e 2018. The announcement from Microsoft has also put Windows 10 & Office 365 ProPlus with a common schedule that should simplify the compatibility & support issue while carrying on to the next level. According to an important chairperson from Microsoft from Windows Commercial Marketing i.e Bernardo Caldas (GM) – “The company is trying to make Large-Scale, Costly wipe-and-replace Windows deployments every few years a thing of the past.”
Although no name has been quoted yet from Microsoft for the upcoming major update release, but like the last year’s Redstone 2 name’s this time also we are hearing the Redstone 3 that has been floating all over among the Windows Insider program users.
Being an Insider, they are already using & experiencing some of the features like Windows Power Throttling for the background Apps. Some rumored news from another source is also there for the work being done on a Project called Neon by the Windows 10 team, this might include some visual design changes & other looks wise modifications.