Microsoft new and Second major update codenamed “Redstone 3” was expected to be released at the end of this year. Today Microsoft finally confirmed that it is planning to release the second major update “Redstone 3” in the month of September 2017 this year.

Microsoft also announced that the company is planning to release two major upgrades to Windows 10 every year – One which was already released in March, and the second is going to be released in September this year. Users can expect that the Second Major Update is planned for September but might get a public release in the month of October as was the case with the Latest Windows 10 Creators Update, which was planned for March release but eventually was released in month of April this year. 

The Second major update Redstone 3 is expected to include major new features for Windows 10 and with the Project NEON, users can expect a major and improved design along with improvements to the Edge Browser, New Tabbed Shell and more. We could expect more details about Redstone 3 at the annual developer conference in Seattle next month.

The company is already testing the early development of Redstone 3 preview Builds with Insiders on the Fast Ring and is expected to release new features in the upcoming builds for Insiders before planning for an Official Public Release in September this  year.

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