If you own a Windows-powered personal computer or laptop (so basically almost anything other than a Mac), then you might now that the new update, nicknamed Redstone 3, is coming this fall. And, to absolutely no one’s surprise, the update is called Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. While the name is clearly not original at all, is the update impressive? Keep reading to find out.
Microsoft Give Statement on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
When discussions of the new update first start hitting the Internet, one very exciting feature seemed to be in the books for it. We’re talking about updating Microsoft’s somewhat new in-house browser, Edge, separately from the Windows OS. This was amazing news for Windows users, because the OS generally is updated once or twice a year, and that’s just too seldom for a browser to be updated. This is why Edge was lagging far behind other more constantly upgraded browsers such as Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
However, a recent official statement given by reps over at Microsoft said that the update will not bring this feature. This is extremely bad news, seeing as how a lot of people were excited for it and couldn’t wait to receive it. And that’s also a really uninspired move on the part of Microsoft, because such an upgrade would have meant that Edge might become a worthy competitor in the browser world. Sadly, that won’t happen to soon.
However, what was known as Project NEON as codename now got renamed to Microsoft Fluent Design System, and is coming this fall. This new feature is a massive overhaul to the UI, and it’s going to change Windows user experience for the better. And yet, the entire redesign won’t launch this fall, but portions of it will. That isn’t as impressive, but it’s still something at least.