Microsoft reports higher interaction in Store from Windows 10 users
Microsoft reports higher interaction in Store from Windows 10 users
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Microsoft back in August last year announced that they would be rolling out two major updates for latest operating system; Windows 10 later this year, but did not provide any timeline for the rollout of the updates.

However, the first update which is said to be the ‘Windows 10 Creator’ is expected to be rolled out either in April or May and promises to bring along tab management to Microsoft Edge browser, Night mode, tab previews for Edge, a dedicated Game Mode, and more to the platform

While all the attention is currently focused on the Windows 10 Creators Update, the release timeline of company’s second major update according to the Redmond-based software firm will be rolled out later this year.

At company’s Ignite Conference in Australia, Microsoft shared the timeline for its second major Windows 10 update’s release, as pointed out in a report by onMSFT.

Even though Microsoft has not provided the details regarding the features that will be rolled out with the second major update, according to onMSFT, it is likely that we might see the People Bar and the Project Neon design language.

Windows 10 update roadmap splits updates into there Windows Insiders Feedback, Release+Pilot, and Production stages. Image Credit: onMSFT
Windows 10 update roadmap splits updates into there Windows Insiders Feedback, Release+Pilot, and Production stages. Image Credit: onMSFT