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    Features we’re hoping to see in Windows 10’s next major update ’19H1′


    While Microsoft is busy with the development of Windows 10 October 2018 Update, the company is internally testing the Spring 2019 update for the OS. Microsoft’s next big update to its desktop OS is projected to be shipped in the spring of 2019 and it’s codenamed Windows 10 19H1.

    Windows 10 19H1 (still referred to as Windows 10 Redstone 6 by many) is currently available as part of the Windows Insider program. Unlike Windows 10 October 2018 Update, the “19H1” is supposed to be a big update for the platform and it will contain more evidence of the rumoured modular Windows Core OS.

    The top features arriving with Windows 10 19H1


    Windows 10 19H1 might come with the Sets interface, Control Center, Cortana improvements and more. Microsoft is expected to announce new features and other improvements for Windows 10’s Spring 2019 update once the company releases the Windows 10 October 2018 Update next month.

    Here’s a list of expected changes.

    Sets


    Windows 10 Sets was announced a while ago and it was detailed by Microsoft at Build 2018 conference. The interface was initially available in Windows 10 Redstone 5 preview builds but Sets is not arriving with Windows 10 October 2018 Update.

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    Image Courtesy: Microsoft.com

    If you’re unfamiliar with Sets, it’s a new design that aims to truly streamline and deliver a more-organized experience. In simple words, Sets is a design language that makes app windows look and work more like a web browser. It brings tabs from the web browser to the entire interface of the OS including the apps such as Settings, File Explorer, folders and several other tools.

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    Sets interface is also supposed to improve the productivity of users as you would be able to use all apps in the same window. For example, if you’re working on a project in PowerPoint but you’re looking for additional information, you access Edge browser in a tab alongside it.

    In near future, Sets will also be integrated into Microsoft’s Timeline feature to make everything as seamless as possible. Sets and Timeline integration should allow users to pull history from Timeline and put them in Sets interface.

    Control Center

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    Image Credits: Windows Central

    Microsoft is looking to strip the Windows 10 Action Center from some of its features and eventually move Cortana to the place where Action Center is located. The feature showed up in the blog post of Windows 10 Preview Build 16199 last year but Microsoft never added it to the OS.

    The Control Center will have ‘settings cog’ icon in the Windows 10 system tray and it would include the Quick Actions that you can currently find in the Windows 10 Action Center.

    While Sets interface is indeed arriving with Windows 10 19H1, Microsoft hasn’t officially announced this new Control Center, so it’s not guaranteed that it will ship with the Windows 19H1.

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    Two major Windows 10 updates scheduled for 2017

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    It may come as no surprise, but Microsoft won't release another major update for Windows 10 in 2016. The good news is you can expect two big updates to Microsoft’s latest operating system in 2017.

    Microsoft let the information slip in a TechNet blog post published earlier in the week. “Windows 10, version 1607 is our third Windows 10 feature update released,” Microsoft said in the blog post. “Based on feedback from organizations moving to Windows 10, this will be our last feature update for 2016, with two additional feature updates expected in 2017.”

    The blog post appears to confirm reports from the Windows rumor mill about the timing of the next two updates for Windows 10. The first update, dubbed Redstone 2, is expected to roll out in early 2017 with the second, Redstone 3, landing in the summer or early fall, similar to the timing of the recently released Anniversary Update (previously known as Redstone 1).

    This schedule would put Microsoft back on a two updates per year schedule similar to the initial rollout of Windows 10, as Windows Central first pointed out. In 2015, Microsoft released Windows 10 (also known as Threshold) in July and then the November Update(dubbed Threshold 2) three months later.

    This time around, Redstone 2 is expected to roll out in the spring and then Redstone 3 should hit about four to six months later.

    The impact on you at home: Of the two updates, Redstone 2 looks to be the most interesting so far. Not necessarily because of the features, which are believed to be largely things that weren’t ready for the Anniversary Update. The big deal is that the early 2017 update is expected to roll out in concert with new hardware from Microsoft, asZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley first reported back in March.

    Early builds of Redstone 2 are expected to roll out to Windows Insiders in the coming weeks.

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    Features we’re hoping to see in Windows 10’s next major update ’19H1′

    Next Major Windows 10 Update Named "Spring Creators Update"

    The next Windows 10 service pack major update has been named "Spring Creators Update." Windows Insider Program users toying with Build 17618 of the operating system spotted a listing of all the major updates of Windows 10 known to the build, when running "Get-VMHostSupportedVersion" in Power Shell. The last entry reads "Microsoft Windows 10 Spring Creators Update 1803." The version number (1803 in this case), often coincides with the public release date of the update. The Fall Creators Update 1709, released in 2017-09 (September) to Insiders. Going by that convenion, Spring Creators Update could see a "branded" Insider preview build this month, 2018-03 (March), with a public release usually 3-4 weeks after, presumably before Summer kicks in.


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