Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Release Date

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Release Date has been officially revealed by Microsoft. It’s been a while since Microsoft and Windows Insiders are testing the Fall Creators Update. As Microsoft has already started fixing the bugs in Windows 10 Preview builds, the company will soon start rolling out the update to the general public.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Release Date

Microsoft in a blog post confirmed that Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will start rolling out on October 17. The update will be rolled out in phases to all supported devices.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is the fourth major update to the operating system. “The update creates a platform that inspires your creativity, Terry Myerson¬†said. The update brings new features and improvements.

OneDrive Files On-Demand is finally coming with the Fall Creators to Windows 10 devices. It lets you access your cloud files like any of your other files on your PC, without using up your local storage space.

Microsoft has also improved Windows Inking feature. You can now ink directly onto the PDFs. Furthermore, it is now faster and also lets you comment, share the creativity with others. The Windows Ink is now as useful as pen and paper, Terry explains. Microsoft has also announced Story Remix feature, a new feature that uses AI to create awesome movies out of your image collection.

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