Microsoft has finally revealed the launch date of next big rollout for Windows 10 OS, the Fall Creators Update. The Redmond giant said it’s starting to roll out Creators Update to all Windows 10 users on October 17th. Many of Windows users are already enjoying this build as a part of Windows Insider program, and also contributing to making it more user-friendly. The update will be bringing a host of new features such as Windows Inking, One Drive Files On-Demand, etc. In addition, Microsoft has added system wide transparency (like Aero Glass design) just like what Apple did in recent versions of macOS. However, it’s much more subtle and minimal on Windows 10. Okay folks, let’s get into some other details below.
Windows Inking is a major new feature that will be heading to Windows 10 operating system as a part of Fall Creators Update. It will let users link directly onto PDF’s, making it easier and faster to comment and share with your friends. The feature will come handy for the users, who are having touch support on their devices.
The next feature could excite more people as it was on the wish list for a long time before it makes its way into this update, which is nothing but OneDrive Files On-Demand. Windows users can finally access their OneDrive files without taking up local storage. Just to give you an idea, it was the most requested feature on the Feedback Hub at one time. Feedback Hub is an app exclusive for Windows 10 Insiders, where members can upvote to their favourite features so that Microsoft engineers will address them in future builds.
3D Photos, Videos are definitely next big thing in the forthcoming update. Microsoft has refined the experience of creating stories with videos, photos, and 3D objects. In addition, the company has made reasonably big updates to Game Mode, which will take advantage of the full processing power of your device. There are also new features in areas like Security, Accessibility, Mixed Reality, etc. You can head over to the source link to find out more details.