Microsoft to Release Two Major Windows 10 Updates Every Year
Friday, 21 April 2017 We’ve known for a while that Microsoft’s “Windows as a Service” strategy involved rolling out two major OS updates going live every year, and now the company has made it official, also revealing that the Windows 10 Redstone 3 update is projected to launch in September. Basically, what Microsoft is trying to do is to release new and major OS updates to Windows 10 every six months, then offering support for a maximum of 18 months. This means that users have one year and a half to upgrade to the latest version of the operating system to continue receiving support. With Windows 10 Creators Update finalized in March and shipped in April, the next target is now September for the Windows 10 Redstone 3 update – note that Redstone 3 is just a codename, and the official name will be announced at a later time, possibly at the Build developer conference next month. ...
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