The long wait for Redstone updates will come to end soon as the initial updates get published within a month from now.
Posted: Mar 04,2016
The latest version of Windows 10 is now being developed by Microsoft. Codenamed Redstone, this software is likely to introduce an entirely new batch of operating systems, fixes and features. Till now a few pre-release versions of Redstone have been introduced by Microsoft for the purpose of testing. The software market leader is yet to schedule any date for the public launch of this software.
The month of June will show us through the launch of Redstone in 2 waves. The initial update will be shown under the RS1 tag as the developers are bound to look forward to the convergence of devices running Windows 10 like smart-phones, Xbox and PC. The Universal App Platform will keep RS1 engaged thus keeping the Windows Store associated with Xbox One. Eventually, the Windows Store will see the launch of more Islandwood apps and Project Centennial Apps.