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    Microsoft is retiring its use of the codename "Redstone" for Windows 10 releases next year, moving on to codenames that might prove a little more useful.
    The codename "Redstone" has been with us for quite some time now. It was put into use during development of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update back in 2016, and has been the main codename for Windows 10 releases since. However, it appears that is about to change, as our sources have suggested that Microsoft will be retiring the Redstone codename later this year.

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    03-28-2018 05:10 PM

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