Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 will start rolling out on October 17
To all who’ve been waiting patiently to try out the new Fall Creators update may now rejoice! Microsoft has finally announced the roll out date for Fall Creators update for Windows 10. The rollout starts October 17 for the stable ring (general users).
Fall Creator update will be the fourth major update for Windows 10 since its release. The update does offer a lot of new features and accessibility options as we’ve already seen some of them in insider builds. In a recent blog post, Terry Myerson announced the release date:
The next update of Windows 10, the Fall Creators Update, will be available worldwide October 17. 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.
Fall Creators update for Window 10 is primarily focused on creativity and productivity based improvements. Some of the noteworthy features include:
Sadly, Timeline, Clipboard and “Pick up where you left off” won’t be released in this build. We may have to wait till next year for the said features to be available for use.
The last major update was back in April during Build conference. It’s high time Microsoft released something good for general users and sure enough, they’ll be getting Fall Creators update soon.