The next versions of Windows 10 and Windows Server is bringing support for -- wait for it -- leap seconds.
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Bored of Redstone 4 builds? Don't worry, Microsoft is officially kicking off testing of Redstone 5 today with Windows Insiders in Skip Ahead.