Windows 10 is unlike previous versions of Windows in that the original intent was to have it constantly updated over its lifetime. We’ve already had one big update with the November update, back in, you guessed it, November. The second update is code named Redstone, and all of the latest insider builds have features the RS in the naming scheme. Today at Build, Microsoft announced they will be calling this update the Windows 10 Anniversary Edition, and it will be available this summer. Someone much more philosophical than myself once said “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” and I’m sure that applies here as well. With this choice in naming schemes I don’t really know where they go on the next...
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