- Feb 23, 2002
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Microsoft are getting closer to releasing a large Windows 10 update (sometime in Autumn), as a "bug bash" has been announced to try and reduce the number of problems in the latest Windows Insider build. Windows Central have a sneak peak at new features we can expect to see:
Read the rest here: https://www.windowscentral.com/fall-creators-updateWhile Microsoft were unable to commit to a release timeframe for the Fall Creators Update, Microsoft recently announced that Windows 10 was moving to a two-per-year upgrade schedule, where Windows 10 updates are scheduled to launch in March/April and September/October every year. Considering we already had our March/April release for 2017 with the Creators Update, it makes sense to assume the Fall Creators Update will be launching in September/October.
If we had to put money on it, we'd say October is when the Fall Creators Update will be released. We suspect Microsoft will sign off on the Fall Creators Update sometime in September allowing Insiders to test the final bits for a couple of weeks before beginning a public rollout in October.