We all know that Microsoft is planning on releasing Windows 10 to the public this year. Rumours about what the operating system will be able to do – that haven’t been seen in the current Technical Preview – are still floating around so why is there already talk about that Windows is going to do next?

Because that is the case. The new Microsoft codename for a Windows 10 update is already out and about, with dates for its arrival also making the rounds. Windows Redstone, a reference to the Minecraft franchise that the company recently bought, is set to make its arrival in June and October next year.

According to ZDNet, Redstone “…will just be a larger update than the others and will provide new functionality and support for new classes of devices that aren’t already part of Windows 10.” Which is nifty enough, the update sounds like it’ll be an update in the vein of Windows 8.1, perhaps.

Microsoft isn’t saying anything official as yet though, so we’re going to have to wait until closer to the time to see what Redstone entails.

Source: ZDNet

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