Having released the Anniversary Update for Windows 10 PC’s , many of us are still waiting to receive the Anniversary update for Windows 10 Mobile for all eligible devices. In the meantime the company is working on the next OS Redstone 2.
The company has revealed some details as to what could be expected with the First Build which would be released to Windows 10 PC’s first and few weeks later to Windows 10 Mobile.
In a post of Feedback Hub the company gave some details to the insiders as to what could be expected from the First Build of Redstone 2.
Microsoft said that it will initially be…
…focusing on making some structural improvements to OneCore. If you recall – OneCore is the shared core of Windows across PC, tablet, phone, IoT, Hololens and Xbox. It is essentially the heart of Windows. We’re doing some code refactoring and other engineering work to make sure OneCore is optimally structured for teams to start checking in new features and improvements in a few months.
Microsoft has also warned that these earliest Redstone builds “may include more bugs and other issues that could be slightly more painful for some people to live with”. It recommends that those who aren’t prepared to deal with these issues should consider downgrading to the Slow or Release Preview rings, for more stable builds.
As per the post above, people who would not like to update the phone or PC with a Buggy build have the option to move to either Slow or Release Preview Ring. Alternatively they can also opt out of the Insider program and wait for the Official Update of Redstone 2 which is due to be released in 2017.
So what do you think about the decision taken by the company to fix some issues before releasing any new features with Redstone 2, let us know in the comments below.