Haven’t gotten the Windows 10 Creators update yet on your PC? Better get a move-on as the next one is on the way.
Today at Microsoft’s BUILD conference the software giant revealed the next major update in the pipeline for Windows 10 will be called the “Fall Creators Update”. While the name doesn’t exactly smack of innovation, Microsoft is sticking with the Creators moniker because they believe this update will be more of a continuation of the previous update which some say fell a bit flat in the new feature department.
The update is expected to be the first release of the Project NEON design interface which is now titled the Fluent Design System which will allow for apps to more closely resemble each other in terms of look and feel across multiple devices and platforms. Additionally, the update is expected to bring for thoroughly feature Microsoft Graph. An underlying technology that will allow for features such as a universal clipboard that can be used between devices, as well as features similar to the MacOS “Handoff” ability which allows a user to work on one device, and then transfer to another device and continue working without skipping a beat.
While an official release date has yet to be set, the Fall Creators Update is expected to begin rolling out sometime late Q3 or early Q4 of this year.