Microsoft launched the big Windows 10 update titled “Threshold” back on July 29 2015 and now another big yearly update is on the cards – “Anniversary.”
As you can guess, it’s scheduled for the 1-year anniversary of Threshold. That’s not just a guess based on the name either, a leaked timeline shows the update will indeed arrive on July 29.
Leaked Windows 10 update timeline
So, what does Anniversary bring to Windows 10 Mobile? Continuum is getting some cool changes – it will add support for touch-enabled external screens, it will be able to send the image to screens connected to a Windows 10 PC and if they both use the same account, you can take calls on the PC instead of the phone.
Then there are changes to the Edge browser – you’ll be able to use a different browser to open links from apps (right now it’s Edge only), it gets swipe left/right for back/forward.