We do not know if this is what will be called, as Microsoft has changed the naming convention a few times since Windows 10 hit the scene for the first time. Here is a release history:
- Windows 10 (1507) Threshold 1
- Windows 10 (1511) Threshold 2: November Update
- Windows 10 (1607) Redstone 1: Anniversary Update
- Windows 10 (1703) Redstone 2: Update Creators
- Windows 10 (1709) Redstone 3: Update Drop Creators
- Windows 10 (1803) Redstone 4: April 2018 Update
- Windows 10 (1809) Redstone 5: October 2019 Update
Assuming the same kind of timetable, we are considering a spring release for the next big version of Windows 10. At present, Microsoft refers to test builds such as build "19H1", starting with Windows 10 Insider Build 18272. This was promoted in Windows Insiders in Halloween, we hope with more delights than tricks.
"In conclusion, we want to help you make the right decision for your case. By concentrating each connection option on a list explaining the individual properties and the next step for installation, we hope you are more informed the next time you decide how you want to log in using enhanced security features with Windows Hello, "says Microsoft.
The 2019 Spring Update will also expand SwiftKey's multi-language swiftness and will also introduce Ind phone keyboards.
Microsoft is mostly looking at small updates and modifications at this early stage. For example, the Snip & Sketch tool gains the ability to add borders to screenshots, as well as a button in the toolbar for direct printing from the application (or print to PDF). You can also expect Sticky Notes to sync faster.
Now, if only Microsoft can get its update in October 2018 from the door …