Oops, Microsoft accidentally revealed the Windows 10 Anniversary update release date on Tuesday. The company has already confirmed it’s coming, that much isn’t a shock, but it hasn’t said exactly when. Today, it published an empty blog post with just the headline “Microsoft announces Windows 10 anniversary update available Aug. 2.”
Two things are possible: this spilled earlier than expected, or Microsoft meant to run a post but forgot to run any content inside of it. It’s still live, so the company hasn’t yet noticed its error, it seems.
The anniversary update was announced back in March and will be free for all users. It’ll feature new features inside Microsoft Edge, like support for Windows Hello on websites, advancements in apps such as Notes, new Maps features and more. Considering Windows 10 launched on July 29, it seemed that the Windows 10 Anniversary Update would come around that time as well. Sounds like it’ll just be a few days later.
Update: Microsoft pulled the page. Here’s what it looked like: