Microsoft began development of Windows 10 Redstone
According to reports WinBeta and BuildFeed Microsoft developers started writing code for the future major update for Windows 10, which we know under the code name. Development is still in its infancy, so the launch Redstone for Windows users Insider will happen not very soon, not to mention release to the public. However, earlier it was reported that this update will be released within a year after the release of Windows 10 (which, recall, was released July 29).
First Redstone build is compiled within rooms 11xxx and will belong to the branch rs1_onecore_mqbase1. As already mentioned, it will take some time before insiders will be able to touch the first fruits of the work done by Microsoft.
Meanwhile, the next stage in the development of Windows 10 is expected to be the update Threshold 2, to be released this fall and to bring features that the company could realize in a current stable version of the operating system. Incidentally, in Threshold 2 may debut extension support in Edge, and Skype integration directly into the system, but not exactly.