Without further delay, let’s dive into the major beats of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
Frankly, if you haven’t installed Windows 10 Fall Creators Update already, there’s more reason than ever to jump on the bandwagon.
Specifically, the Fall Creators Update makes room for a ‘Controlled Folder Access’ toggle, letting you preclude unauthorized apps from getting their hands on your files.
Eye Control, too, has made its way into the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, as has a Mixed Reality Viewer.
Microsoft has also brought about major improvements to security and privacy (or at least transparency) in Windows 10.
Whether that be books, gaming, drawing or even 3D modeling, Windows 10 now does those things way better.
Windows 7 updates are shaky at the moment, with Microsoft focusing much of its efforts on its new operating system.
What’s more, Windows 7 users are dropping it like flies, according to the latest reports. What you stand to gain from the latest version of Windows 10 starts with ‘Sets’, a Microsft-y term for what are essentially out-of-browser tabs applicable to those apps that you won’t find in Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome or your preferred web surfing tool.
In the Fall Creators Update, Mixer, Microsoft’s answer to Twitch and You Tube Gaming, will be even faster.
Notwithstanding this fact, Steam stats are showing that only 28.6% of its players are still using Windows 10 as of October 2017.