Windows 10 Fall Creator Update will be launched on October 17th

Microsoft today announced at the IFA 2017 the release date of the Windows 10 Fall Creator Update – October 17th. One of the main features of the Fall Creator Update (FCU) is Windows Mixing Reality.

The company also improved the game mode through FCU, allowing users to choose from the buttons on the game bar to “use the device’s full processing power, just as it is an Xbox game console”. In addition to the game and the mix of reality, for those who just want to complete the work, the Fall Creator Update (FCU) also has a lot of improvements, including the long-awaited OneDrive Files On-Demand function, which allows users to see stored in the cloud , Even if the user does not choose to synchronize these files, the user can choose to right-click the file or folder and select the option to store offline.

The update also makes some improvements to Windows Ink, allowing you to mark PDF files in the Edge browser. There is also a new “Find My Pen” feature, which is basically just telling the user the last place to use the stylus. Microsoft said it has “redesigned” the photo app to provide a new hybrid experience,

Improvements to Windows Defender make the user system safer and provide accessibility improvements. The Fall Creator Update (FCU) also joins the eye control function, which is an incredible eye tracking technology that allows users to use the eye to enter and manipulate the mouse, which is a change for those who have Lou Gehrig’s disease The technology of life.

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