Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: Microsoft showcases Fluent Design in new video

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update available worldwide October 17

Windows Inking

Person holding a digital pen using Windows Ink on a PC.
Windows Inking keeps getting better, letting you ink directly onto PDF’s, making it easier and faster to comment and share with others, improving on what you could do with pen and paper alone. Smart Ink applies artificial intelligence to inking automatically making the squares you draw more perfect, or turning boxes into a table for you with no extra work. And you know how sometimes you can’t find your keys, wallet, and phone, sometimes it’s hard to find your pen to do the inking. Windows Find my Pen fixes that in the Fall Creators Update.

Photos and Videos

We have reimagined our Photos Application to deliver remixed experiences for telling your stories with photos, videos, music, 3D, and even inking.

OneDrive Files On-Demand

You can save all of your creations in OneDrive Files On-Demand, accessing your cloud files like any of your other files on your PC, without using up your local storage space.


Person sitting down gaming on a Windows 10 PC with an Xbox controller
The fuel that often inspires creativity is play. With the Fall Creators Update, we’ve updated Game Mode, which allows your games to use the full processing power of your device as if it was an Xbox game console, right from a new button on the Game bar. And to take advantage of this power, we have a fantastic lineup of Xbox Play Anywhere games coming including, Cuphead, Forza Motorsport 7, Super Lucky’s Tale and Middle-earth: Shadow of War. And, if you love these Xbox play anywhere games, coming on November 7 you can play them on the most powerful console on the planet, Xbox One X.


Windows Defender
While you create and play, our goal is to keep you safe and secure. With the Fall Creators Update, Windows Defender is smarter and defends better than ever before. With behind the scenes cloud intelligence that enables new defenses against ransomware and exploits. I can’t talk about security without talking about Windows 10 S. Introduced last May, Windows 10 S is specifically designed for simplicity and security, with significant breakthroughs in battery life and performance. It’s off to a great start, with some of our highest customer satisfaction results yet.
This is the core of Fall Creators Update, it’s all about unleashing your creativity and having some fun while at the same time keeping you safe and secure.


Eye control on a Windows 10 PC
I also want to share some exciting new technology that speaks to our mission at Microsoft to create products which are inclusive by design. With the Fall Creators Update, we are making Windows more accessible for those with Lou Gehrig’s disease, a progressive neurodegenerative disease that impacts the brain’s ability to control your muscles. The one muscle it doesn’t impact, are the eyes. A new feature Eye Control implements incredible eye tracking technology that lets you type, and operate a mouse just using your eyes, this is life changing technology for those with Lou Gehrig’s disease. This is real advancement in accessibility that we are introducing to the world with the Fall Creators Update.

Windows Mixed Reality

Windows Mixed Reality - woman wearing a Mixed Reality headset and holding controllers
Lastly, with the Fall Creators Update, we are enabling you to immerse yourself in a new reality, the world of Windows Mixed Reality. By combining our physical and digital worlds, we believe mixed reality is the next step in the evolution of human computing. For the first time, we are talking about a mixed reality system that fully immerses you in the experience not limited to a mobile device screen size. One that is easy to setup, not requiring you to mount cameras around the room, just put the headset on your head, plug it into your PC and get started, leaving your hands free to interact with the mixed world. It’s available from a wide range of partners around the world, like Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, and Lenovo with headsets starting as low as $299.
I am thrilled to announce that Windows Mixed Reality headsets will start to become available on October 17 when the Fall Creators Update ships.
And if you find yourself without a headset, we will also deliver mixed reality experiences through the PC. With Mixed Reality Viewer, you can see 3D objects – either from the community or your own creation from Paint 3D – mixed into your actual surroundings through your PC’s camera – and snapped and shared – for powerful ways to tell your story.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be released today, bringing with it Microsoft's new Fluent Design system.

Ahead of the next major Windows 10 feature release, Microsoft has posted a video teasing some of the first Fluent Design brush strokes it's applied to Windows 10.
The video offers a flash of various components and apps that have been redesigned with translucent blur, light, and other effects that aim to give Windows 10 more texture, depth and visual responsiveness to inputs. Microsoft's Fluent Design roll out will gradually take shape, beginning with its own apps and elements like the Start Menu, Action Center and notifications; the new design will also come to its apps for Android and iOS.
More Fluent Design changes are expected in the version following the Fall Creators Update, which Microsoft has already started testing with Windows Insiders that are on the Redstone 4 preview.
The video shows how the calculator app responds to a stylus with lighting effects on buttons touched by the stylus' virtual pointer. It offers a glimpse of the responsiveness to inputs in the Groove Music app, Print 3D, Outlook, and other apps.
The design changes aren't drastic and might not even be noticed by many users, but should have a wide impact as third-party developers adopt Microsoft's Fluent Design tools to present their apps in the same way.
Besides design tweaks, the Fall Creators Update will introduce a wide variety of new features, such as OneDrive Files on Demand, which is now built into Windows and doesn't copy the files locally. There are also several improvements to Edge, such as managing saved Favorites, and a shortcut to emojis. Cortana's settings are also now accessible within Settings, and the assistant displays answers in slide-out window from the Start menu.
As the Fall Creators Update rolls out, it should give more Windows 10 users the chance to try Microsoft's Continue on PC feature which is bundled in its new Edge apps for iOS and Android. The feature makes it easier to share a web site, app, photo, and other information from a phone to a Windows 10 PCs.

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