Microsoft is working on some great and new features for the Windows 10 PC and Mobile users which will be available with the Windows 10 Creators Update in April 2017. We have earlier confirmed that the company has released lot of new features like Improvements to Cortana, Windows Hello, Glance Screen etc.

Now we are getting reports that the company is working on another great feature namely the system integrated support for eBooks. In the future, they will be distributed via the store, like apps, music, movies and games. This feature the company says will be rolled out with the Windows 10 Creators Update which is to be released officially in April 2017.

You will be to read the Purchased books by using the Microsoft Edge Browser. The company also plans to brings some more features to the user for example: Within the view, the user can change both the display design along with the font and size.

The new Ebooks feature is supposed to be rolled out to Insiders in the Fast Ring for testing in the upcoming Windows 10 Builds and after getting feedback and successful testing the same will be rolled out to all users of Windows 10 with the Creators Update in April. This feature will work on PCs, tablets and Smartphone which run Windows 10.

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