The next version of Windows 10, which is codenamed Redstone will come in two major updates. It will introduce new features, fixes and other operating system improvements. The updates are developed under the tags Redstone 1 (RS1) and Redstone 2(RS2). RS1 is scheduled to release in June 2016 and RS2 was scheduled to released in November/December 2016. But now the news is coming that RS2 is pushed back to spring 2017.
While RS1 is focused on the convergence of different Windows 10 devices such as PC, Xbox and Phone and a one Windows store across all devices. RS2 was likely to continue work on features that were not included for RS1. But now RS2 is believed to be having new features added along with the leftovers of RS1.
Redstone 1 features:
- introducing Windows Store to Xbox One
- more Project Centennial and Islandwood apps in Store.
- improved Continuum for Windows 10 Mobile
- AAA video game titles data syncing between Xbox and PC
- improved Start Menu and Settings app
- improved Action/Notification Center
- more Control Panel elements shifting inside Settings app.