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    A new report claims Microsoft is switching up its codenames again for future Windows 10 updates.
    Earlier this year Microsoft dropped its "Redstone" codename for Windows 10 updates, shifting over to a new format after five releases. The next update on the horizon currently goes by 19H1, identifying its planned public release in the first half of 2019. However, another change is reportedly underway at Redmond, adopting a new system for next year's second update.

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    10-31-2018 02:11 PM

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