Microsoft is getting ready to release Windows 10 Redstone builds to Windows Insiders

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Microsoft released Windows 10 Threshold 2, aka the November Update to the public recently. As reported previously, the company has started working on the next update for Windows 10 already. The company is getting ready to release the first build of the upcoming Windows 10 update, dubbed as Redstone to Insiders. The software giant recently released a cumulative for Windows 10 users, which enrolls Insiders into the “rs1_release” branch, which will be new release branch for the upcoming Redstone builds.


If you want to check it out, open regedit.exe and browse to the following path:


For those unfamiliar with Redstone, it’s expected to be the next major update for Windows 10. Just like Threshold, Redstone will be released in 2 waves – Redstone 1 (RS1) and Redstone (2) in 2016 (to the public). Redstone should introduce new features, as well as user interface improvements. For those wondering, yes, there’s a good chance of the company to release the first build of Redstone to Windows Insiders this year, that means you don’t have to wait for Redstone until 2016.

Redstone is going to be interesting, for sure. We’ll be covering all the latest news to Redstone, so make sure to bookmark our dedicated page for Redstone here.

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