Windows Redstone 1 Update coming this summer
The Windows 10 Anniversary coming to all devices in the summer
In the summer of 2015, Microsoft released Windows 10 as a free upgrade to customers with Windows 7, 8 and 8.1. This month, Windows 10 Mobile finally rolled out to the old smartphones with Windows Phone 8.1
Yesterday, at the BUILD conference in San Francisco, the software giant announced that the Anniversary update (a.k.a Redstone 1) is coming to all Windows devices this summer.
Meanwhile, all Windows Insiders can now test early Redstone builds of their eligible devices. Build 14295 for PCs and Phones has been released for Slow Ring users, bringing a number of fixes over the previous builds.
Among the improvements with the Redstone 1 update will be enhanced Windows Hello with support for more apps, improvements to Cortana, UI changes in the Action center and more.
Microsoft also explains that Windows Phones won’t be a focus for the company in 2016, but many cool things will be coming in 2017.