Microsoft is currently rolling out the new Windows 10 Creators Update for Surface Hub users. The Creators Update comes with lot of new features and improvements to the Surface Hub. Single Sign on for Office 365 has now been enabled on the Surface Hub with the Windows 10 Creators Update.

Users will now be able to access their most recent documents via a new section “My meetings and files” in the Start Menu. With the Creators Update Skype calling for users has been simplified and has been made easier for users to start a new call, send message and share content.

Users will now be able to join meetings right from the Start Screen and with improved security users will be able to restrict USB drives to BitLocker. The Creators Update brings Dolby Audio enhancements to optimize audio for human speech, support for Miracast connections and cloud based device recovery.

Microsoft has also made some improvements to the Surface Hub by including things like SSO for Office 365. The Windows 10 Creators Update is currently rolling out and users on Surface Hub can download the same by going to Settings>Check for Updates.

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