Expect the next Windows 10 update in early November

In the words of many commenters over the last few weeks, Microsoft is back to being cool again. Windows 10 plays a major roll as the company has done a great job at listening to consumers and blending the few likes of Windows 8 with the major likes of previous versions of the operating system. As a result we see much broader acceptance to Windows 10, and software updates are the next best thing to keeping it relevant.

Trusted sources claim that Microsoft is gearing up for a launch of the next update to Windows 10, codename Threshold 2 in early November. No worries, remember this is not the same Microsoft, so by early, we mean the first week of the month. The changes include improved context menus, colored title bars for desktop apps, an extra column of Live Tiles on the Start Menu, and updates to the Messaging and Skype Video apps as well, making these natively part of the OS.

We do know that extensions for the Edge browser will be delayed sadly, but we should learn more about where this will fit in in the near future.

Source: Paul Thurrott
Via: The Verge

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