The first major update of Windows 10 will be released at the beginning of August or at least such is the information that Microsoft release and later remove from his blog.
First the company publish material without text, but with a title that says “Microsoft announces Windows 10 Anniversary Update available Aug. 2,” then the post was removed. The date may have been wrong, but maybe not and most likely it comes to early publication on the blog. In any case, soon will be an official announcement.
The company announced Windows 10 Anniversary Update in March during its conference Build. The update will focus on the functionality of Windows Ink, which will enhance the use of the stylus. We’ll get the option of extensions in the browser Edge, as well as minor improvements on Cortana.
The Anniversary Update will be free to everyone with Windows 10, but the people updating from older versions of Windows are expected to have to pay $119 for a full install.