Microsoft announced the Anniversary Update for Windows 10 at Build 2016, but the company hasn’t provided any details on when exactly this new version could land.
But information coming from people close to the matter indicated that a July launch was considered and new details provided on a Microsoft website now seem to confirm that this is indeed very likely.
A Microsoft roadmap spotted by @h0x0d (via WinBeta) indicates that the software giant is planning some big changes to Cortana (which are likely to be introduced with the Anniversary Update), and all these improvements are projected to debut in July.
“Cortana is also the best digital assistant at reminders, letting you set them in more ways including by pen, and [coming in July 2016] pulling reminder-relevant info from emails so you have the details at hand. And you can instantly capture your ideas by voice just by telling Cortana to take a note,” the roadmap page reads (emphasis is ours).