Tick-tock, Microsoft has announced a twice-per-year feature update schedule for Windows 10 like the Creators update. These will now happen in March and November, each year.
The updates will arrive in March and September and will be serviced and supported for 18 months, Microsoft committed on Thursday. Microsoft isn’t detailing exactly what its next major Windows 10 update will include, but the company recently started allowing Windows Insiders to start testing what is codenamed Redstone 3. The next Windows 10 update will include power throttling for background apps, and we’re expecting to see the return of the people integration into the taskbar that was originally scheduled for the Creators Update.
Microsoft has started teasing some of its design changes to Windows 10, and additional screenshots have also leaked showing off a redesigned Start menu and a focus on transparency. The next version of Windows is currently codenamed "Project Neon" and is supposed to bring more sweeping changes to the user interface of the operating system — which means it will look very different from the current release.
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