Todays Build Keynote was full of announcements. Microsoft provided a first look at the next Windows 10 update, shared more information on the future of Mixed Reality and much more.
These were the top announcements from today:
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
The next Windows 10 Update will be called Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The update was previously known as Redstone 3 Update. You can learn more about the update here.
iTunes is coming to the Windows Store
Microsoft also announced new apps coming to the Windows Store. One of these new apps is iTunes. Check out this article for more information.
Windows Story Remix
The Windows Story Remix app offers the opportunity to easily create stories from your photos and videos. More information can be found here.
Microsoft Fluent Design System
Windows 10 is getting a new design. Which was previously known as Project NEON, will officially be called Microsoft Fluent Design System and will arrive on Windows 10 with the Fall Creators Update. Learn more about the new design here.
OneDrive Placeholders are returning to Windows 10
Files On Demand marks the return of the OneDrive Placeholders. This highly requested feature will come back to Windows 10 with the Fall Creators Update. More information can be found here.
Windows Mixed Reality Devices now have support for Motion Controllers
Microsoft has shared more information about Windows Mixed Reality. For example, they announced the support for Motion Controllers. You can learn more here.
There were even more announcements at todays keynote. Which one was your favorite?