Date: Nov 1, 2018

Earlier this year, Microsoft dropped its “Redstone” naming convention for major Windows 10 updates in favor of a simpler solution. Instead of naming the next major update “Redstone 6”, Microsoft opted for “19H1”, which stands for first half of 2019. Following that logic, future updates were expected codenamed “19H2”, “20H1” and so on, but that’s apparently not what’s going to happen.

According to ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft is expected to adopt Azure internal codenames for future Windows 10 versions after “19H1.” Azure codenames are currently based on the periodic table of elements, and the Azure equivalent for the “19H1” Windows codename is “Titanium.” After Titanium comes “Vanadium,” and that is now expected to be the new codename for what would have been “19H2.” Foley shared the following details:

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