Windows 10 launched in late July 2015 but since then we haven’t seen any significant update to Microsoft’s new OS, this is expected to change later this year as Microsoft plans to release its first major Windows 10 feature update.
Winbeta reports that the new update will now be released sometime in early November with the code name being ‘Threshold 2‘.
According to WinBeta, the company had been labeling this update with the code-name “Threshold 2” for a while now but Microsoft seem to have had a change of heart and will now referring to Threshold 2 as “Windows 10 Update for November” or “Windows 10 November Update” internally.
Microsoft is expected to add lots of new features in this update which includes the very much long-awaited extension support for the Microsoft Edge web browser, universal Skype has also been rumoured to come in this new update as well as a Messaging and Video app.
An even larger and quite bigger feature update for Windows 10 will also come in early 2016 with the reported code name “Redstone“.