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Microsoft Starts Testing Next Major Update For Windows 10’s

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After the Windows 10 Anniversary Update for the Microsoft’s latest operating system, it is planning to bring two major Windows 10 updates in 2017. Recently, Microsoft has started making headway to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, and by a few simple methods, it can be downloaded. The update includes various new features and makes considerable improvements to the Windows 10 like better forms of digital voice assistant, security enhancements, and the Microsoft Edge browser including more promoted apps.

What Next?

According to a press release, Windows 10 Anniversary Update is the last update for Microsoft’s operating system this year and more updates for next year are in their way. However, as per the rumors, the next feature update for Windows 10 that bears the code name Redstone 2 after the code name Redstone 1 of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will get released at the beginning of next year before spring. Redstone 2 may correspond to the impending hardware updates to the Surface Pro devices and Surface Book of Microsoft; with the internal assembly of the next Windows 10 update that is already out for the testing. The primary Windows 10 update in 2017 is also predictable to be more momentous as compared to second one, code-named Redstone 3.

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