Microsoft plans to reuse its name "Creator Update" for a third update of Windows 10. The software giant has strangely not yet officially named its next Windows 10 update, scheduled for next month, but has been testing a future update that seems reveal the name of the spring update. The Windows 10 Spring Creators update has been detected in the most recent trial versions of the Redstone 5 update that is expected to be released later this fall.
Microsoft first released the Windows 10 Creator Update last spring, followed by the Windows 10 Bug Creator Update in the fall. The new Windows 10 Spring Creators update name was originally detected in Microsoft's blog posts last year, but this is the first time it appears in the operating system. We have contacted Microsoft for clarification on the denomination, but The Verge understands that Microsoft had been considering changing its Windows 10 update name to focus on a single subject of objects or people. However, that does not seem to happen for the next Windows 10 update.
Microsoft is expected to make available the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update in early April, with new features such as Timeline, HDR support and even more fluid design changes. Microsoft is now starting to test its next update, whose code name is Redstone 5, which will be available later this year. We have not seen any major changes yet, but it seems that the tabs in the File Explorer and other applications will be available in this next update.