Microsoft Confirms Redstone 5 Is Named Windows 10 October 2018 Update
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Today, at the IFA tech conference in Berlin, Microsoft showcased a new lineup of Windows 10 laptops as well as confirmed the name of their next Windows 10 feature update coming out this fall. This next update, which was called the Redstone 5 development branch, is officially called Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
While the Sets feature was originally expected to be released with this build, Microsoft has pulled it to work on it further before making it readily available.
There are still plenty of other features coming out, with a few of my favorites highlighted below:
One of the features I like in the Windows 10 October 2018 Update is the Cloud Clipboard. This new feature introduces a Cloud Clipboard Viewer and the ability to synchronize the contents of your Clipboard between other devices that you are logged into.
Your Phone app:
The Your Phone app is being developed to be the bridge between your Windows 10 PC and your mobile phone. Using the Your Phone app, Android users can currently synchronize photos from their Android devices so that they are available on the PC. iOS users are able to read a web page on their iPhone and transfer it to their PC to continue reading it from where they left off.
An updated and modern Notepad:
With the update, Microsoft is releasing an updated and modern Notepad that contains features such as wrap around search, text zoom, and *nix line feed support. It may be time to give the Windows Notepad another chance.
Dark Theme for File Explorer:
A very hot topic is when an app gets a Dark Theme or Dark Mode. With this update, Windows now has a fully functional Dark Theme for File Explorer.
Redesigned Windows Security:
In this update, Windows Defender Security has been rebranded as Windows Security, contains an updated menu, and provides additional features such as Exploit Guard and the ability to easily configure various settings.
Latest Windows 10 devices:
During the keynote, Microsoft also showcased some new 2-in-1s that have been recently unveiled that run Windows 10 PC. In addition to the Surface Go, Microsoft displayed two new Lenovo laptops that introduce some interesting features.
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