Windows 10 has met the interest of users and is currently the fastest growing Operating System. Away from the fame of other versions, it still manages to be a system that appeals to most users.
After several versions have been released, all with improvements and many new features now it is the time to release Windows 10’s Fall Creators Update. The tech giant Microsoft confirmed today that the date is October 17th.
This date had already been advanced in several rumors that pointed it up as certain for the release of Windows 10’s Fall Creators Update. The tech giant Microsoft never confirmed, refusing to comment.
For today, Terry Myerson, the vice president of Microsoft Windows and devices, finally confirmed the date. It will be on October 17th when the Fall Creators Update of Windows 10 will be released worldwide.
This is the 4th update of Windows 10 and will bring many new features to this system. All of them have already been tested in the Insider program, through which beta testers and developers reported all the errors and problems.
This new version will finally bring to Windows 10 the Microsoft VR platform, Windows Mixed Reality, which can be used by cheaper glasses and helmets, such as those that Lenovo has now presented at the IFA.
Anyone who does not have these glasses will be able to explore the platform in some 2D experiences through the Mixed Reality Viewer, which Windows Mixed Reality will have.
However, there are some features that the tech giant Microsoft has chosen not to have, such as Timeline, that will allow continuing the work done on Windows platforms and other devices.
It is not yet known in what form the Fall Creators Update of Windows 10 will be released, if open to all or if in blocks like the previous version, but the truth is that now it is certain the date of its arrival, the day October 17.
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