Windows Insiders can test the Fall Update now.
Previous year at Build, Microsoft made headlines when they announced a tech preview of Bash on Ubuntu for Windows. The update also brings with better continuity between Windows, Android and Apple devices.
Perhaps the most prominent change for the average user will be the launch of the Microsoft Fluent Design System, previously known as Project Neon. While the company can't give up on Windows Phone entirely just yet (though it's probably inevitable that it will), it now has a clear goal: figure out how to tie its core services into iOS and Android in ways that will make users want to use apps like Cortana. Then there's something called "Pick Up Where You Left Of", which will enable users to continue their work on a number of different devices.
The new Microsoft Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will focus more on improving other companies' operating systems like Android and iOS.
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The Fall Creators Update will bring a new feature called Timeline to Windows 10, allowing users to travel back in time to find what they were working on, whether it was 2 hours or 2 months ago.
The update will be the second Creator's update, after the first major Windows 10 Creator's update was announced earlier in the year.
The cloud-powered universal clipboard is also integrated to Microsoft's Office apps. Here are a few of the features that we expect to see when the update finally arrives. The Windows Story Remix app will have an ability to switch up the automatically created videos based on data.
Story Remix, a new image and video editing app, will enable users to create short video montages using shared photos and video. Microsoft stated that developers in the US and Canada can pre-order an Acer ($299 USD) or HP ($329 USD) Windows Mixed Reality Headset Developer Edition starting today from the Microsoft Store for delivery later this summer. Since Clipboard is a system-level feature in Windows, and SwiftKey works across pretty much all apps on your smartphone, users will be able to use this feature to exchange information between practically any two apps on their Windows 10 and mobile devices.
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