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Microsoft has recently announced that the company’s Windows 10 operating system will start receiving the major update in October. Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is set to roll out on October 17 to PCs, Tablets and later to mobile phones. The Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 will bring new features and fact some security improvements as well.

Just like any previous update, the Fall Creators Update will be also focused on Windows 10 security. It appears that Microsoft wants to make Windows 10 more like a mobile platform as the OS will get a security feature where the apps will seek permission to access the sensitive info.

For example, a third-party camera app will ask you give the app the permission to use the device’s camera, microphone. We have seen this feature on Android, iOS operating systems and now it is coming to Windows 10 with the Fall Creators Update.

Apart from the security improvements, Microsoft is also adding new features such as OneDrive Files on Demand. The feature will store the files in the cloud and when you will try to access the file which hasn’t been synced with any other device, OneDrive will download the files for you. Microsoft is also adding the Fluent Design elements into Windows 10 operating system, the new design language uses more light, depth, motion to blur some parts of the OS and apps.

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