The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will start rolling out for free to Windows 10 users worldwide starting today.
Windows 10 is built to empower the creator in all of us and the Fall Creators Update promises to boost your imagination with a range of awesome new features.
Some highlights include:
- Windows Ink gets better: With the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, users can now ink directly onto PDFs. Smart Ink also allows users to make the squares you draw more perfect, or automatically turn boxes that you’ve doodled into a table with no extra work.
- See your 3D creation in the real world: With Mixed Reality Viewer, you can view 3D objects in your world and snap a picture using the world-facing camera on your PC. This is also part of our push on enabling users to immerse themselves in a new reality – in the world of Windows Mixed Reality.
- Save your disk space while letting your creative juices flow: All your files in OneDrive can now be accessed On-Demand, whether you synced them to your PC or not – this means they will appear in your File Explorer window without taking up any storage space on your hard disk!
For a full run-down of how you can tap on the Fall Creators Update to spark your creativity, click here to read the blog post on the Microsoft News Center.
Now, making creative thinking a habit is difficult. We get it. That’s why we’ve created a 21-day creative calendar, in partnership with Singapore-based illustrator, Michael Mindflyer, to guide you on that path, including tips and tricks on how the Fall Creators Update can help you on this journey.
Click here to view the high-res version online, or print it out to stick the calendar beside your desk as a reminder!
In addition, Microsoft has also announced the latest in the Surface family: Surface Book 2 – a powerhouse laptop with amazing graphics and up to 17 hours of battery life. Now available in a 13” and 15” option, Surface Book 2 will be available in U.S. and selected markets.