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Windows 10 Fall Update may launch November 10 with Cortana support for India

At this moment, Microsoft has kept updating their Windows 10 since the first release on July 29. There are many improvements, changes, and extra features of Windows 10. After 3 months, Microsoft is likely to roll out the Windows 10 Fall Update on November 10. The update will be delivering all updates that have been released for the operating system since July 29 as a cumulative patch. Features that will be available in the update include improvements to the Edge browser and an improved Media Creation Tool, improved start menu, store and tweak icon and the menu like it has been seen on the latest built for insider member.

Source: wind8beta.com

Source: wind8beta.com

The update is also set to bring new features to Cortana, along with official support for Indian customers. That’s according to a Microsoft support engineer in response to a customer query:

Cortana will be available in India after November update releasing on November 10th, 2015.”

Microsoft needed only 3 months to launch the update, so it can be enjoyed by more than 150 million of Windows 10 users.

Source: Windows Central

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