(Last Updated On: September 26, 2017)

Big news for Windows operating system users, behold your breaths because Windows 10 is coming up with its new updated version. There are a lot of new things in new version of Windows 10 being called FALL creators Update. So, if you’re a Windows insider then you would probably be amazed after reading this post.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Microsoft Corporation is working on their next major Windows 10 update called “Fall creators update”. Fall creators update includes a number of features and changes like the new look for the notification center, you’ll be able to pin your all the time favorite websites to the taskbar, Cortana (Windows 10 Features) will also meet some changes and much more.

The biggest addition is Windows Mixed reality, the Mixed Reality software is now fully part of Windows 10 with the Fall Creators Update. Microsoft had planned bigger features for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. For the early next year, they also planned to delay most of the features.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will allow users to pin their favorite contacts to the taskbar. With the Fall Creator Update, Microsoft is also including OneDrive Files On-Demand with the Fall Creators Update, will let you fetch files easily from OneDrive without syncing them. Here comes my fav part of this post, Fall Creators Update will also include one of the best smaller additions of a new emoji picker. It’s a much quicker way of finding an emoji within any Windows apps.

Windows 10 Fall Creators update will be released on 17th of October 2017

So the question is when will it be released? I know it’s hard to wait for something that incredible. Microsoft is currently working on bug fixes. That testing is expected to be completed by the end of the September. Fall Creators update will be released on 17th of October 2017.  Windows Insiders will be the first to run the final version of the Update. Microsoft is about to finalizing their new update Fall Creators Update which is currently codenamed as Redstone 4.