Windows 10 Fall Creators Update now rolling out to the public

Microsoft has just started rolling out the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to the public. After months of testing, the latest update for Windows 10 is finally making its way to the public. The update is being rolled out gradually just like some of the other Windows 10 feature updates in the past, so you probably won’t be seeing the update on your computer straight away. In fact, it could take weeks or even months before the update is available to all users.

Microsoft’s Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is more of a minor update when compared to the Creators Update from earlier this year. The update includes a new OneDrive Files On-Demand feature which will help save some space on your computer, and it also includes a new MyPeople and a reimagined Photos experience. There’s a new design language found in some parts of the OS, along with some other minor set of features throughout the operating system. Make sure to check out our list of the top 5 features on the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update here.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is going to be available for free to all Windows 10 users, and you will be notified when the update is ready for your device.

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