Microsoft to roll out new Windows 10 update in October
Windows 10 users get a treat from Microsoft as the company is set to roll out the new Creators Update worldwide beginning next month.
The Fall Creators Update will bring in enhancements in gaming, security, accessibility, and immersive new experiences such as better on-screen handwriting and improvements to Windows Ink, reimagined photos and video apps, updates to Game Mode, and a smarter Windows Defender. There’s also a new feature that lets you use eye tracking technology to maneuver around the OS.
Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President for the Redmond Giant’s Windows and Devices Group, is elated that the upcoming update will be very good for casual and power users alike, “Our mission with these updates is to create a platform that inspires your creativity. We see students playing and learning with Minecraft, lawyers creating with words, accountants painting with numbers, designers sharing their ideas with slides, and engineers crafting in code. Creativity is universal and it’s aspirational in its nature.”
Microsoft will be rolling out the new Fall Creators update to Windows 10 users worldwide beginning October 17th.
Source: Microsoft Windows