What has commonly been referred to as the Fall Creators Update is now rolling out to Windows 10 PCs. The update brings a lot of new features and refinements that reflects Microsoft’s direction for Windows 10 being the underlying platform for everything going forward on new technologies like Augmented Reality.
As you would expect, the Fall Creators Update has a massive number of improvements under-the-hood that in general, improves the overall performance of the Operating System. Even if all of the new features don’t get you excited, the overall performance improvements will be welcomed.
But the real win with this update are the app improvements, new features and other general user experience additions. If you compare Windows 10 when it was first released in July 2015 to this update, they are in many ways vastly different. The Fall Creators Update adds a huge amount of polish to the platform and Windows 10 with it feels far more complete than any previous iteration.
If I tried to cover ever new facet of this update, this already long article would be even more TL;DR. Instead, I’m going to highlight over a dozen of the top new features of functions in the update. You’ll see that the updates cover a wide range of the elements of Windows 10, from Microsoft Edge to Photos to how you interact with Contacts. It is a comprehensive update to the platform and one that I think the vast majority of users will want to upgrade to as soon as possible.