Earlier in the week there were reports that Microsoft is planning to name the Fall Creators Update as “Autumn” Creators Update especially for countries outside USA and Canada.
The name appeared from on the Microsoft’s regional pages and was deemed to be an Official name for the next major update for Windows 10. However the Redmond Giant later clarified that it was a “mistranslation” on sites using British English which reported “Fall” as “Autumn” by mistake.
The error was later fixed by the company and now the next update will eventually be called as “Fall Creators Update” in all the countries which is due to be released in September. Windows 10 has been a huge success for Microsoft and now runs on half a billion devices world-wide within a period of less than two years.
The latest Major release contains lot of new features which would be a part of Microsoft’s Fluent Design System which is easy to create cross device experiences that look right on a variety of screen shapes and sizes.