All the Windows 10 users out there have been anxiously waiting since Microsoft announced that they are going to release two major updates in 2017. As you remember the last major Windows 10 update was the Anniversary Update, which was rolled out in August, last year.
Although we have got a whiff of the Creators update which is at present being tested, Windows insiders is prepping it for its big tentative release to all Windows 10 PCs in April. The Creators Update will come with the Game Mode, which is expected to bolster and take the gaming experience on Windows to a whole new level. However, as for the second update, any knowledge on when we are going to get it was merely up for anyone's guess.
However, this speculation gains further momentum following the recent session at Microsoft's Ignite conference in Australia, wherein the software giant revealed a rough timeline for the second Windows 10 update and thereby keeping the hopes of getting a confirmed update alive and not a probable outcome, depending on how the reactions of the Creators Update pans out.
A leaked slide show suggests that Microsoft plans to make the update available somewhere in the latter half of 2017 while the current buzz suggests the software giant is contemplating on October/November timeline for the second important release, after a very long time.
However, there is caution in the wind that we may not actually get to see major changes than what is already promised to us in the Creators update, but will see tweaks and add ons to the first release. But, the wager is heavily on the odds that we might finally get the "My People" feature, which was initially promised but later delayed, and also the eagerly-awaited Project Neon design language.