Next updated version for Windows 10 – codenamed “Redstone 2” has been pushed back to release in early 2017. Microsoft had initially planned to rollout the update by the end of 2016, according to ZDnet report. As per that said, it has been delayed in order to coincide with the Microsoft’s next-generation hardware launch.
Not yet confirmed by Microsoft, or its executives that what the company has in its arean reagrding Redstone 2 or its upcoming hardware unveil. First reported by Redstone 2 was WinBeta and said that the Windows 10 update will include a Start Menu, Settings, Control Panel, and of course Notification Center etc.
Reportedly it was said that Microsoft to release Windows 10 Redstone 1 in June this year and followed by Redstone 2 around November 2016.
The Redmond-based software company seems likely to be delaying Redstone 2 launch afterall, as it intends to test it more additionally and to ship with next-generation Surface phablets or other hardware. Announced Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, Surface Pro 4 and the Surface Book last year in October month. Intel is expected to make its introduction of its next-new processor dubbed Kaby Lake by the end of this year. It is also expected that the next Microsoft Surface Pro may gring with it the power of Intel’s Kaby Lake.\
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