Microsoft has recently announced next big update to Windows at Build 2017 event. This update has been named as Windows 10 Fall Creators Update following the Creators Update released last month. You can upgrade to Creators Update here.
So the new update is expected to arrive later this year (most probably in September or October 2017) and has a lot of new features included. We all know whenever Microsoft releases something big to Windows, they start working closely on the next update and with this announcement, we’re confirmed that again.
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update would be the fourth massive update to Windows 10 operating system after November Update (V1511), Anniversary Update (V1607) and Creators Update (V1703) following the Released to Manufacturing (RTM) version (build 10240).
Microsoft To Offer ‘Windows 10 Fall Creators Update’ Later This Year
What’s new in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
Here’s what you can expect in next creative update arriving to you:
- Timeline feature in Windows 10
- ‘Pick Up Where You Left Off‘ feature
- Advanced clipboard that works well across synced devices
- OneDrive files-on-demand
- Consumer and commercial apps to ensure continues delivery from Windows Store
- Apps like iTunes, Autodesk to be made available via Windows Store
- Miscellaneous improvements for developers
- Support for Windows Mixed Reality motion controllers
- Dedicated File Explorer app
- Many other improvements
So in short, you can expect Fall Creators Update as a service pack to Creators Update. If you can’t wait and like to try the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update features today, you can join Windows Insider program right now and start getting newer builds with above mentioned features loaded. Microsoft keeps accounting the feedback of Windows Insiders by providing these lesser stable builds so that they could release the stability build by name of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Or if you like to stay with stable build i.e. Creators Update, you can simply wait till September/October to have Fall Creators Update.
We’ll keep posting any update available to this next upgrade. So stay connected!