Microsoft still plans to ship two Windows 10 upgrades in 2017

February 22, 2017

Via: CIO

Microsoft this month reaffirmed that it will issue two Windows 10 upgrades this year, twice the number of 2016 but still shy of the firm’s original target.

In a presentation 11 days ago at a Microsoft technical conference held in Australia, Bill Karagounis, a director of program management, pointed to a follow-on upgrade that will appear sometime after the Creators Update, which is expected to finalize and ship next month.

A slide Karagounis showed during the session — which was webcast from Microsoft’s Channel 9 website — included another upgrade this year after Creators. It lacked a release date and a more descriptive name other than “Second Update in 2017.”

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