Microsoft Could Launch Windows 10 Redstone 4 in Early 2018
Microsoft is already working on the second Redstone update for Windows 10, but the company is planning in advance, and it turns out that the fourth release is already being looked into at the Redmond-based software giant.
A new report from WindowsCentral indicates that Windows 10 Redstone 4 is due in early 2018, and while there’s no confirmation in this regard, it aligns with previous rumors pointing out that Microsoft would launch two Windows 10 updates every year.
Next year, for example, Microsoft is projected to introduce the Redstone 2 update (officially called Creators Update) in early 2017, most likely in March, but also Windows 10 Redstone 3, which should land in the fall of next year.
Of course, it’s just too early to get a confirmation from Microsoft that such an update is in the works, as the next big thing for the company is Redstone 2 and it should go live in the s… (read more)
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