Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to Bring Lots of Major Design Updates

Microsoft announced the upcoming addition at its annual Build developers conference today, noting that it is the first Apple app to join the Windows Store.

In any event, Microsoft will need to accelerate its drive for legacy apps on the Windows Store, given the fact that it's the only app avenue for Windows 10 S users. It's a Cortana-based feature that will enable users to continue their work on a number of different devices. At its Build conference, Microsoft also revealed that Windows 10 is now installed on 500 million devices worldwide, making it "the most used version of Windows ever".

The online clipboard from Microsoft will integrate their Windows platform with Android and iOS devices.

Dubbed the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, it will carry forward the content creation theme of its predecessor with an added emphasis on cohesive cross-device experiences, even when some of the devices involved have an Apple logo or run Android.

That's why their new "Pick Up Where You Left Off" feature lets you hand off tasks from your PC to any mobile device.

Microsoft will try to make Windows 10 more versatile with new features for creating memories, exploring virtual scenery and "hopscotching" from personal computers to mobile devices.

Cloud Clipboard: - The new update will bring cloud clipboard. Terry Myerson, Microsoft's executive vice president of the Windows and devices group, announced the Fall Creators Update for its Windows 10 operating system. A new feature called "Timeline" will provide users with "a visual timeline that displays what you what you were doing [and] when", which allows users to quickly pick up on an existing project.

Bringing iTunes to the Windows Store helps improve the perception that Microsoft it is more open to working with other companies and technologies than previously.

If you're a registered Windows Insider, you'll be testing some of these features before too much longer. According to Microsoft's website, partners Acer and HP will soon be offering the Windows Mixed Reality development kit with headsets and motion controllers.

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