Microsoft has big plans for the year 2017. The company is currently building an operating system whereby it is planning to integrate all the major devices under one big canopy known as the Universal Window’s Platform. This Redstone Wave popularly known as the successor of Windows 10 is expected to be released in two parts. The first part is expected to hit the market by the summer of 2016, while the second wave is pushed back to the spring of 2017.
In the first wave known as RS1, which is expected to hit by June 2016 is expected to focus on the app platform and the universal AAA game titles. It aims to make the Windows store in RS1 the hub for all gaming and media related content. The focus would be more on introducing more Project Centennial and Island wood apps to the windows store. Apart from this Users can also expect Microsoft to introduce improved Continuum as the Redmond based tech giant is aiming to bring all Windows 10 based devices together. Features like desktop calls and sms shall from an important part of the features.
As far as the second wave, popularly known as RS 2 is concerned we are still not very sure about the features but it is widely believed that the features which fail to make a mark in the RS1 update shall find a place in the second wave. Apart from performance enhancements, Redstone users can also expect improvements in the setting App, Start Menu, notification centre and many other corners of the operating system.
None of the update or modifications has not been confirmed by Microsoft, however with less than two months left for the launch of RS1, it is likely that soon the company would provide us with a preview of the new operating system.