Some Windows Insiders are seeing signs of 'Redstone' in their settings

Even with the successful launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has been keeping fairly busy by releasing new builds of its OS to Windows Insiders. With the "Fall Update" rumored to be around the corner, there is no doubt that Microsoft is aiming its sights on the next major update, Redstone. While there has been little news about the update, it looks like some Insiders are seeing a tiny glimmer of the Redstone in their settings menu.

According to WinBeta, some Insiders are reporting that they are seeing a "rs1_release" branch within the settings of the Insider menu. If this is true, it could possibly indicate that Microsoft is indeed preparing for Redstone builds. Although it is unknown when the builds will be released, changing to the rs1_release branch would allow Insiders the opportunity download them as soon as they become available.

Redstone is not scheduled to arrive until sometime in 2016, but we do know that Microsoft has already started internal development and it could possibly arrive in two waves.

Source: WinBeta | image via WinBeta

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