The Lenovo leak was correct. Microsoft has confirmed that the next major update of Windows 10 will be released on October 17 this year, as the Chinese company accidentally anticipated with the announcement of its 2-in-1 Miix computer, with the information removed from the air shortly after .
Called Fall Creators Update, the update will be the fourth major news package since the release of Windows 10 in 2015. The highlight this time will be the introduction of Windows Mixed Reality, which is a new virtual reality platform increased) that will be already announced display base of brands like Dell, HP, Lenovo and Asus.
The upgrade will also have accessibility enhancements with expanded support for eye movement monitoring, which makes it much easier to enter and navigate the computer for people who can not use their hands to use a mouse and keyboard.
Scheduled initially for September, the update also adopts a new visual identity, which will begin to adopt acrylic and other transparent materials with the new Fluent Design, as well as new animations and effects. In addition, Windows will try to narrow the distance between computers and mobile phones through Microsoft’s services for Android and iOS.
However, one of the most anticipated features has been delayed for the next update, due out in the first half of 2018. This is the Timeline, which would allow you to stop messing with an app on your computer and continue working on your mobile phone Android or iOS and vice versa.