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Published: October 27, 2016 | Applies to:

Microsoft has announced that it will bring Windows 10 Creators Update by early 2017. This update is focused on 3D support and creativity. Read more inside.

At a recent event hosted in New York city, Microsoft has made announcement for its next big update for Windows 10. The last crucial update for Windows 10 was Anniversary Update (Version 1607). It offered many new features and productivity improvements over its predecessor update, November Update (Version 1511).

Microsoft To Offer Windows 10 Creators Update In Early 2017

Now the next massive update to Windows 10 is the Creators Update, which is mainly focused on 3D creativity. With this update, company wants to extend its support on 3D productivity. So if you’re a fan of 3D objects, I’m sure this update will interest you more. Along with this update, The Redmond Software giant also introduced new Surface devices – Surface Studio, Surface Dial and Surface Book. Surface Studio will offer 4K productivity to creators/professionals, while Surface Dial is basically a new input device, allowing to work from both of your hands. Surface Book on the other hand is new laptop which will offer long battery life, and robust performance.

Microsoft To Offer Windows 10 Creators Update In Early 2017

Here is what you can find new in the Creators Update:

What’s New In Windows 10 Creators Update?

As per the announcement, we can expect following things:

  • Complete 3D experience with capturing/creating/sharing/printing in 3D
  • New Paint 3D app
  • Microsoft Edge and Office apps to provide extended support for 3D (Note that Edge will be first browser offering 3D support)
  • 4K gaming experience
  • You can pin your favorite contacts to the taskbar and communicate with them from there
  • Improvements over existing features

Microsoft has not yet clarified the exact date of release for this update. The company says that we can expect it in early 2017. It will be a free update just like the previous ones, and will be available through Windows Update channel to each of the existing Windows 10 user. You can read more about this update in the official announcement post.

We’ll keep an eye on this update and will post here, when there is some new info about it. Stay tuned!


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