For a while now, a number of us Microsoft watchers have been referring to the next feature update to Windows 10 as a "Spring 2017" deliverable.
It seems it'll be on the early side of Spring if Microsoft hits its own internal ship target for Windows 10 "Redstone 2."
Earlier this week, Microsoft officials posted some documentation that made reference to a version of Windows 10 as "1703," which was unearthed by "The Walking Cat" and Tero Alhonen on Twitter.
Using Microsoft's current naming convention for Windows 10 releases, that implies the coming Redstone 2 build will be a March 2017 deliverable.
I asked some of my contacts and they confirmed that March 2017 is, indeed, the current ship target for Windows 10 Redstone 2. (I asked Microsoft officials for comment, and unsurprisingly, they had nothing to say on the matter.)...