At IFA in Berlin, Microsoft announced that the rollout of the next major Windows 10 Update, the Fall Creators Update, will begin on October 17. Similar to previous Windows 10 feature updates, the release will be a phased rollout, so you should not expect to get the Fall Creators Update on the first day already.
The update will upgrade Windows 10 to version 1709 and comes with a couple of nice new features like OneDrive Files on Demand, My People and the new Fluent Design System. Furthermore, the update also comes with many improvements for example for Microsoft Edge or the touch keyboard which now supports shape writing.
“With the Fall Creators Update we are introducing some fun, new ways to get creative. As part of the update we will deliver an evolution to the photos experience that will let you tell your story like never before using photos, videos, and 3D effects; enhancements in gaming, security, accessibility, and immersive new experiences made possible by Windows Mixed Reality. All of this innovation will be brought to life by a range of beautifully designed, and feature rich modern devices available from our hardware partners this holiday,” said Terry Myerson.
Are you excited about the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update? What is your favorite new feature? Tell us in the comments!