Microsoft, as we all know, has promised continued support for Windows 10 with major updates now and then. Now that Microsoft is over with the Windows 10 April 2018 Update – Redstone 4, its time to focus on the next one, i.e., Windows 10 Redstone 5.
Similar to the April update, the next major Windows 10 update – codenamed Redstone 5 – is expected to come with several new features and updates to the operating system. Microsoft released the Windows 10 Redstone 5 (Build 17666) to the members of the Windows Insider early-access program on May 9.
A major addition was a revamped version of Sets, which allows users to group several apps into a single window with the help of a tabbed interface. In the Redstone 5, Sets will possibly give users a choice to open apps and websites in a new window or tab. Also, if any webpage in the Sets grouping plays audio, a volume icon will automatically appear to enable users to mute the sound.