The Fall Creators Update of Windows 10 can be released on October 17th. The date was leaked by Lenovo along with the company’s new 2-in-1 computer, the Miix 520. The information was not yet confirmed by Microsoft, but the page with the leak was removed shortly thereafter.
Scheduled initially for September, the new Windows 10 update will bring significant system changes. The most noticeable must be the new visual language of the platform, which will adopt acrylic and other transparent materials with the new Fluent Design, as well as new animations and effects.
The new version of Windows promises to narrow the distance between computers and mobile phones through Microsoft’s services for Android and iOS. OneDrive will win files on demand, allowing users to choose what they want to keep on their PC or just in the cloud. There is also news for Cortana, security enhanced with artificial intelligence, among other things. You can know the new update in detail in this link.
Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that it would release two updates annually in March and September, prompting the update to arrive this month. Fall Creators Update, by the way, is already in the final stages of testing for Windows Insiders program participants. Asked by Engadget, Microsoft has not commented on the publication of the supposed update date.