Thursday May 11, 2017

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Redstone 3 has an official, albeit unoriginal name: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Microsoft is sticking with the previous moniker because they think the majority of new features are those that will continue to help consumers be creative. These will include Microsoft's Fluent Design System (Project NEON), a new interface paradigm for building apps that can work across a variety of devices and input types. Expect the update to roll out by September or October.

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آ…the company revealed at its Build developer conference today that the upgrade will show off how Windows ties into the "Microsoft Graph," the underlying set of APIs connecting all of its products. That includes the ability to pick up where you left off working on a Windows, iOS or Android device; a universal clipboard that you can access across multiple devices; and Timeline, a feature that will let you jump back in time to a previous work session using, you guessed it, a visual timeline. While we've seen similar solutions, like Apple's handoff feature between Macs and iOS devices, Microsoft's attempt sounds useful for consumers who work across Windows and other platforms.