Microsoft is officially unveiling the name for its next major Windows 10 update today.
Previously codenamed Redstone 5, the “Windows 10 October 2018 Update” will arrive at some point in October.
It will include a number of new features for devices, like a new cloud clipboard that syncs across machines, a dark File Explorer, an updated snipping tool, improvements to Microsoft Edge, and performance information in the Xbox Game Bar.
Microsoft is expected to conclude development of the October update by the end of September, and it should be available to Windows Insiders by early October followed by regular consumers.
This update will likely arrive in April 2019, and the company has not yet revealed which major features will be included.