Windows 10 (Fall Creators Update) Released
Microsoft has released the latest edition of Windows to secure over 500 million Windows 10 devices globally, after testing the new “Fall Creators Update” over the past six months. This update will roll out to new machines first.
From experience, it’s always best to wait until Windows 10 is automatically offered to your device. You really don’t have to do anything to get the update; it will roll out automatically in phases through ‘Windows Update’. So if you’ve chosen to have updates installed automatically on your device, you should get it soon.
Also known as “Windows 10 Version 1709”, this iteration of Windows 10 brings changes to the overall design and usability of Windows 10.
Microsoft has added a number of new features to improve Microsoft’s digital assistant Cortana, Edge (a web browser developed by Microsoft and included in Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile and Xbox One) and Photos (which is an image viewer, video clip editor, image organiser, photo editor and photo sharing app included with the Windows 8 and Windows 10 OS).
However, it will only work if the device is eligible to get the “Fall Creators Update” as part of the initial roll out phase.
Alternatively, the user can manually get the update via the Software Download Site.
You can watch a video of the features of the Fall creators update below: