Fall Cre­ators Up­date guide

Ev­ery­thing you need to know about the next ma­jor up­date to Win­dows 10

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When Win­dows 10 launched back in 2015, Mi­crosoft promised that this would be the ul­ti­mate ver­sion of Win­dows that will con­tinue to get new fea­tures and ma­jor up­dates well into the fu­ture, and it’s stayed true to its word with the re­lease of the Fall Cre­ators Up­date, the most re­cent pack­age of new fea­tures that’s avail­able to down­load for free.

Fol­low­ing on from this year’s ear­lier Cre­ators Up­date, and last year’s An­niver­sary Up­date, the Fall Cre­ators Up­date brings a wide range of new fea­tures and tools that makes Win­dows 10 even bet­ter. As the name sug­gests, many of these new fea­tures are geared to­wards cre­ative pur­suits, such as edit­ing your home videos and pho­tos, and ex­plor­ing 3D worlds in mixed re­al­ity, but it also brings some more se­ri­ous, be­hind-the-scenes, up­dates that make Win­dows 10 even more se­cure.

There are loads of new and ex­cit­ing fea­tures in the Fall Cre­ators Up­date, so we’ve put to­gether this six-page guide that explores the big­gest changes, and how they can trans­form the way you use Win­dows 10. Of course, it’s no good just bang­ing on about the new fea­tures if you aren’t able to use them, so we’ll also show you how you down­load and in­stall the Fall Cre­ators Up­date right now, with­out hav­ing to wait for your com­puter to up­date it­self.

The Fall Cre­ators Up­date is a free up­date for all Win­dows 10 users, and it’s been tested by Mi­crosoft and a range of vol­un­teers, so you should be able to down­load and in­stall it with­out ex­pe­ri­enc­ing any is­sues.

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