Windows 10: a road map of future updates
Yesterday Microsoft finally released Windows 10, but this does not mean that the company will sit idly by. On the contrary, the software giant will continue to improve the platform, regularly releasing updates which will introduce new features and fix bugs. And the updates are expected to be small, which will be produced almost every day, and more substantial. And that «road map» updates for Windows 10 today was published on The Verge.
Everything starts in early August — maybe next week — along with the Service Release 1 (SR1). This update will not include new features but will fix some bugs. Then, in the fall, the company will release the second update which will contain both patches and new features including a new Messages app with Skype integration.
Insiders will not feel neglected, adds The Verge, as they will be able to test extensions to Microsoft Edge, a feature that will be available to all users of Windows 10 later this year.
The next round of updates scheduled for 2016. refers to the Redstone, a new branch of development of Windows 10, which can be extended in two stages – one update in the summer and the second autumn.
Obviously, between these updates, the company will provide regular patches for security and bug fixes. The main apps will also receive updates constantly.
Although coming from very reliable and, all of this information is not official, so you should treat it with a drop of distrust.