Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 to Roll out from 17th October This Year

Finally, we have a date for the next big update for Windows 10, the Fall Creators Update–17th October 2017. While the update was announced a couple of months ago and went under rigorous testing with Windows Insiders, the date makes sure to give enough time for everybody to make their PC ready.

That said, the date marks the starting of the Rollout and not available for everybody on the same day. As always, Microsoft the major update will be rolled out in a couple of months and should get notified about it when it’s ready. I am sure Microsoft will send out a notification and start asking for user permission before downloading the update to keep court away and make sure everybody knows what they are downloading.

While we have talked about everything that was announced about Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, there are some features that might not make it in the final release. Features like Windows Timeline, Cloud Clipboard, and Story Remix are some of the prominent ones. The recently announced eye-tracking is making its way to FCU though.

Source: Windows Blogs

That said, one of the major highlights of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is the Mixed Reality. Companies like Dell, Lenovo, and Acer have already announced their headset, and Microsoft should be ready with their platform.  A lot of PCs and Laptops were also announced at IFA which are ready for the Microsoft Mixed Reality (AR+VR), and this holiday season will reveal if the product is going to make a big entry into the market.

We hope Microsoft comes with some real time demo for all the features of Windows 10 FCU on the day, and not just simulation. We would also love to see a decent number of apps for Mixed Reality on the same day and partnership.

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