Microsoft may rename Windows 10 as ‘Redstone 4’ Spring Creator Update
A user has found the Spring Creators Update Monica for the upcoming Windows 10 Redstone 4 release in Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17618.
There is some speculation as to what the upcoming Windows 10 “Redstone 4” release will be called, and according to a Twitter user The walking cat (@ h0x0d), will be named “Spring Creator Update”. Twitter user posted a command ‘Get-VMHostSupportedVersion’, asking its users to run Windows 10 Insider Preview build number 17618 on PowerShell and see what happens. Soon, someone posted a screenshot showing the names of supported versions where Windows 10 Creator Update (Version 1703), Windows 10 Fall Creator Update (Version 1709) and the upcoming Windows 10 Spring Creator Update Version 1803 appear on the list.
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The naming reference from within Windows is currently the best bet on what can be called the upcoming installment of Windows. The Spring Creator update is expected to be the first major update to Windows 10, which will probably come with AI-based features and machine learning.
Microsoft’s previous big update, Windows 10 “Fall Creators Update” was released in October last year. This was a major update to the operating system, which came with an overall design and usability upgrade. New features have been added to Microsoft’s digital assistants Cortana, Edge and Photos, and security updates and support for OS Mixed Reality (MR).
The company recently announced that Windows 10 S will be discontinued as a standalone operating system. Instead, it will be featured as a mode in Windows 10, and users with currently limited OS may be allowed to upgrade to the full version of Windows 10 Home, Pro, and Enterprise version for free after paying a $ 49 fee. You can read more about it here.