Windows Anniversary update has finally the reached final state of development and Microsoft will not implement any major new features now. Windows Anniversary update codenamed Windows Redstone will come in two waves and Microsoft has completed development of Windows Redstone 1. We can expect major changes with Windows Redstone 2, which is said to arrive next year.

Upcoming preview builds of Windows 10 will not include any major changes instead the company will work on bug fixes and improvements. However, it will be now seen whether Microsoft brings hands-off feature, which they demoed in Build 2016 event.

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