Microsoft already talks about the release of Windows 10 Redstone 3
- Author: Patricia Jimenez Apr 22, 2017,
Apr 22, 2017, 0:35
Microsoft also promised that each release will be supported for 18 months. "Each Windows 10 feature release will be serviced and supported for 18 months".
So, we may not have an exact release date, but we can expect to see a full release of Redstone 3 (whatever Microsoft ends up calling it) in five months or so.
Are you impressed with the new features offered by the Creators Update? In the meantime, the only way to test it right now is to join Microsoft's beta program for Windows 10 and install the latest update.
Office and Windows are slated to receive two major patches per year, one in March and the other in September.
Users who want access to the latest and greatest features right away can get access to new functionality in the months between releases, however.
With this new development model, we will have Windows 10 for long, and it seems that the new operating system of Microsoft is gaining the confidence among its users.
There will be fewer releases for the basic enterprise version of the Office and Office 365 ProPlus because Windows 10, Office 365 ProPlus and Microsoft's System Center Configuration Manager are now aligned on the same schedule. We will reduce the Office 365 ProPlus update cadence from three to two times a year, with semi-annual feature updates to Windows 10 and Office 365 ProPlus targeted for March and September.
The company just released its most recent version of Windows, the Windows 10 Creator's Update, and said the next feature update is now targeted for release in September. For Office 365 feature related updates are actually shipped monthly to subscribers. That means companies can still work within the Current Branch for Business (CBB) concept of updates to use the version of the update that is considered stable for business deployment. He is also fanatical about football which makes it all the more odd that he should support Stockport County.
On the Office side, this change does not affect "perpetual"/non-subscription Office client apps/suites, Office perpetual clients connecting to on-premises servers or any Office consumer services.