Windows 10
Image Courtesy: TechFrag

Microsoft launched the Windows 10 Creators Update back in Spring 2017 and it was obviously feature packed for Creators. Microsoft brought Paint 3D and Inking on Microsoft Photos app in Creators Update. Paint 3D is an awesome app for creators and has got new features like 3D View mode.

Microsoft then launched Windows 10 Fall Creators Update in October 2017 which hinted that Microsoft is still focussed on Creators. The Fall Creators Update also brought in a lot of features and improvements. Microsoft is expected to launch the next Update in Spring of this year.

Microsoft is still going after Creators because the upcoming update to Windows 10 will be named “Windows 10 Spring Creators Update”. This is the third time Microsoft is aiming the Creators. Not that it is a bad thing but Microsoft is not using a unified naming scheme for different updates to Windows 10. Microsoft wants to use a better naming scheme which can be related to a specific subject but it is still not happening with the upcoming update.

Windows 10 Spring Creators Update will arrive during Spring which means we will get it sometime in April. The name is still not officially announced but we can be certain that it will be named as Windows 10 Spring Creators Update.

Some new features coming to this update are the much-anticipated Timeline feature and HDR support. Microsoft will also bring more of the new Fluent Design Elements. Microsoft is currently testing Redstone 5, the next update which will arrive probably in October. One exciting feature coming to this update is support for Sets in the File Explorer and other applications.

About The Author

Abhijith M B

Abhijith was a former contributing editor for Windows Latest. At Windows Latest, he has written on numerous topics, ranging from Windows to Microsoft Edge. Abhijith holds a degree in Bachelor's of Technology, with a strong focus on Electronics and Communications Engineering. His passion for Windows is evident in his journalism journey, including his articles that decoded complex PowerShell scripts.