The final version of Windows 10
isnít even available yet, but talk of what comes next is already popping up. Microsoft
reportedly has two major updates to Windows 10 slated for 2016 that will parallel the release schedule for Windows 10 this year.
Codenamed "Redstone"óa nod to Minecraft,
which Microsoft now owns
óthe two updates will show up around June and October of 2016, accordingon reports by Neowinís Brad Sams
and ZDNetís Mary Jo Foley
. Sams and Foley are both well-known Microsoft watchers with a strong track record for leaks based on information from sources inside the company.
Itís unknown at this point what specific features the Redstone updates will be packing. Thatís because Redstone will include features that donít make it into the final version of Windows 10, which is slated to launch this summer. Foley reports, however, that Redstone will also include ďsupport for new classes of devices that arenít already part of Windows 10.Ē