Windows 10 version 1703 got its final update today, making it the second version of the operating system ever to reach the end of support, after 1511 support expired last year in April.
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Microsoft has released another round of cumulative updates for some of the existing versions of Windows 10, starting with the Creators Update. Windows 10 version 1903 didn't get updates.
Today is the day that all support ends for the Windows 10 Creators Update, also known as version 1703, along with the Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update, also known as version 1607.
A Store listing has begun prompting all users running Windows 10 Mobile to update their PC as the Anniversary update nears the end of support. However, the prompt redirects to a PC update tool page.
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Microsoft has released a new video that shows us more of the Fluent Design System ahead of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. It seems as though the update will only deploy part of Fluent Design.
A recent Cumulative Update for the Windows 10 Creators Update was causing a subset of updated devices to BSOD. Microsoft has now officially confirmed this issue and detailed workarounds as well.
Yesterday's Patch Tuesday update appears to be failing to properly update some machines running the Creators Update, with it rolling back, giving a boot loop or BSOD. A way back seems broke too.
According to the latest monthly report by advertising firm AdDuplex, the Creators Update is now installed on 72.5% of Windows 10 PCs, a considerable increase from the 65.6% reported last month.
After months of complaints regarding poor gaming performance in the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft has finally acknowledged the issue, stating that it is investigating the sources behind it.
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The latest data shows a big increase in the proportion of PCs on the Windows 10 Creators Update over the last month, and a huge rise in the number of Surface Pro 3s running that version of the OS.
Windows 10 users have apparently reacted positively to the latest privacy changes in the OS. According to Microsoft, 71% of users are choosing to send 'Full' diagnostics data to the company.
After the Creators Update, the Fall Creators Update name has been criticized for being unimaginative, inappropriate for use in some markets, and meaningless in others. But what would be a better name?
Described by Dell as "the workspace that breaks boundaries", the Canvas is a 27-inch display designed for use with Windows 10 PCs, including a pen, and a rotary input device known as the 'totem'.
After beginning its 'phased' rollout in April, Microsoft has announced that the Creators Update is now available to all Windows 10 users (...except those whose PCs can't actually upgrade, of course).
Microsoft released the Windows 10 Creators Update back in April, and its next major update is fast approaching. Has your PC received the Creators Update yet, or are you still waiting?
Although some older PC utilizing Intel's Clover Trail line of processors won't be receiving the Creators Update, Microsoft has agreed to continue providing security updates until 2023.
The latest data from AdDuplex shows a considerable increase in the proportion of PCs on the Windows 10 Creators Update compared with last month - but surprisingly few of them are Surface Pro 3s.
Microsoft will now be regularly reminding users not running the Windows 10 Creators Update to review their privacy settings and upgrade to the latest feature update - if they're running version 1507.
Microsoft is now rolling out the Creators Update for Windows 10 Team - the specialized version of the OS designed for its Surface Hub collaboration device - bringing improvements and new features.
Microsoft has detailed numerous improvements to accessibility that it has made in EdgeHTML 15 in the Windows 10 Creators Update. The company has fixed a number of user-reported bugs as well.
In the six weeks since the Creators Update's launch, it is now on almost 20% of Windows 10 PCs, a rate of upgrade that Microsoft believes is 'on track' and good sign of things to come.
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Apple previously supported Boot Camp upgrades from the Anniversary Update to the Creators Update - but with macOS 10.12.5, it's added full Creators Update support with 'media-free installation'.
At Microsoft's Build 2017 developer conference this week, 3Glasses opened pre-orders for its Windows Mixed Reality dev kit, which includes motion controllers, and a motion-tracking camera.
A series of security, performance, and user experience changes have been recently highlighted for IT professionals and enterprise administrators running Edge and IE11 in their organizations.
While Microsoft initially rolled out the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update to a very limited amount of phones, it's now coming to more unlocked devices but carrier-locked handsets still don't have it.
The latest Steam hardware survey indicates that the Windows 10 user base on the gaming platform has remained more or less stagnant, compared to the statistics from the previous month.
While the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update hit the Release Preview ring towards the end of last month, it has yet to make a public release. Now, it appears that it could soon enter the mainstream.
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When Microsoft released the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update to the Release Preview ring, it said it would be an upgrade path for unsupported devices. This path is finally active.
Microsoft has detailed a few changes it's making to the Creators Update servicing model, which would allow it to "routinely offer" either one or more additional updates each month.
Microsoft has begun its rollout of the Creators Update for (some) Windows 10 Mobile phones, but it has far fewer new features compared with the PC release, and there are some notable omissions too.
Two weeks after its release for PCs, Microsoft has finally commenced its Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update rollout - but only 13 handsets will be officially eligible to install this latest OS version.
After offering the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update to the Release Preview ring of the Insider Program today, those with unsupported devices couldn't get it. Here's how to fix that.
Microsoft today has released Windows 10 Mobile build 15063.251 to the Release Preview and Slow rings. The Feedback Hub says that the update is for all previously supported devices.
Microsoft began rolling out the Windows 10 Creators Update to PCs last week, and many users have already upgraded. If you're among them, we're eager to hear what you think of the update so far.
Last week, Microsoft began rolling out the Creators Update to PCs, and offered an easy way to jump the queue and upgrade immediately. Have you installed the new version yet, or are you still waiting?
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