Microsoft is releasing the major Windows 10 update on October 17 with loads of new features. Presently, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is in the testing phase and Microsoft team prepares new builds every week and ship them to the Insiders in Fast as well as the Slow ring. Insiders are helping development team to shape this latest Windows 10 Update.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update releasing on October 17

Every time Insiders share their experience about new builds, Microsoft development team starts working on the next builds. They address Windows 10 vulnerabilities, security issues, general issues and add OS improvements along with new features in the next builds. The same process has been following in finalizing Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. As Microsoft always roll out Windows Updates in a phased manner, this giant update of Windows 10 will also be available to the latest devices first and then to other devices.


The testing of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is expected to be completed in the current month that is September. Just get ready to experience awesome features such as eye tracking based navigation, seamless OneDrive integration, searchable emoji keyboard, new My People integration and improvements related to Microsoft Edge, touch keyboard, user interface, reliability, handwriting panel, gaming, Windows Shell, Hyper-V and more.

The most interesting addition is Windows Mixed Reality and new VR headsets from Lenovo, Dell, Acer and HP will start shipping on the same day of releasing Windows 10 Fall Creators Update whereas, Asus headsets will be available on the next year.

Microsoft planned to ship Timeline and Pick Up Where I Left Off feature with this Windows 10 update, but now it is postponed for the next update. Even the development team has started to work on Redstone 4 update that will be arrived on the next year.



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