The Fall Creators Update is upon us, and everyone is excited to see and test by themselves the new upgrades. This is the fourth free upgrade that Microsoft has released for its latest operating system for PCs. The exciting news was delivered through the IFA conference in Berlin on Friday.
The Fourth Free Upgrade to Windows 10 Will Deliver Small yet Effective Changes
The new entry will be considered part of the April’s Creators Update. The two operating system improvements share similar features. They both worked on small yet exciting features, leaving the risks of big changes behind.
The central piece of the fourth free upgrade to Windows 10 will be support for Windows Mixed Reality. This is a long overdue update for cheap VR headsets that several manufacturing partners of Microsoft’s created.
At the same time, the hardware products will enter the market on October 17th as well. Companies such as Dell, HP, Asus, Lenovo, and Acer will support the headset’s availability. The price tags are likely to start at $299 and go upwards from there.
The Operating System Will Finally Have Game Mode Which Makes Any Game the Most Important Software
As for the system upgrade per se, the Fall Creators Update will finally deliver small changes but which can heavily boost certain operations of PCs. For instance, one of the main improvements will be the Game mode. This is a feature that all avid players have been waiting for. Thanks to this upgrade, they are going to enjoy better gaming experience.
The performance boost will work by redirecting all system resources towards the ongoing game. This means that all the background processes that usually interfere with the production such as Spotify or Skype will no longer disturb the gameplay.
Another upcoming change will reinforce OneDrive cloud storage with a new platform dubbed as “ files on-demand.” This way, Windows 10 will no longer treat cloud stored files differently from the digital content saved on the local hard drive. As a consequence, users will find any document they want through the normal file explorer.
There are a lot of other small upgrades that together make Windows 10 a greater experience for its users. People will have to wait until October 17th to unleash a greater potential for their PCs.
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