Microsoft is getting closer to the last development stages of the next Windows 10 feature update, and as it happens every time, details about the official name that the company could use begin making the headlines.
At this point, the next OS feature update is codenamed 19H1, as Microsoft has ditched the Redstone moniker in favor of a naming system that is a reference to the release date. 19H1 means the update launches in the first half of the year, so the next Windows 10 update will be codenamed 19H2.
At the same time, the version of the next Windows 10 update will be 1903, again a direct indication of its release date, only that in this case, this number represents the month when the RTM build was signed off.
In version 1903, the first two digits represent the year when the update was finalized, while the other two stand for the month, so this release is supposed to be ready in March 2019.
As for the official name, evidence that was discovered recently in the la… (read more)