Microsoft has published a Windows 10 roadmap for Business and Enterprise customers that reveals upcoming features of the operating system as well as a planned release month for the operating system's Anniversary Update.
According to it, Microsoft plans to release the Anniversary Update in July 2016.
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As I mentioned earlier, it would make sense for Microsoft to release the Anniversary Update shortly after the operation system's one year anniversary which would be at the end of July at the earliest.
While things may change depending on how development progresses, it is very likely that Microsoft will push out the free Anniversary Update to all Windows 10 devices around July 2016.
The list of features that you find on the page is probably what is most interesting from a user's and administrator's point of view.
While many are designed for Business or Enterprise use, some are available in all editions of the operating system.
Microsoft divides the feature listing into the categories "recently available", "in public preview", "in development" and canceled.
In Public Preview
These features are already part of Windows Insider builds or other preview builds of the operating system.
These features are currently in development and usually not available for public preview at this point in time.
Now You: Anything on that list that you find interesting?
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