Microsoft has been teasing the Anniversary Update for Windows 10 for many months now, and it appears we finally have a release date. Although late July was expected, a blog post published by the company earlier today read "Microsoft announces Windows 10 Anniversary Update available Aug. 2", before it was quickly pulled.
The Anniversary Update will bring a variety of improvements and new features to the operating system, including Microsoft Edge extension support, interface changes, Cortana goodies, and much more.
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