Starting on the 17th October, Windows 10 users will be able to start downloading the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. While you can opt in to get the Windows 10 Creators Update now, it isn’t the final version and isn’t pushed to everyone with Windows 10 through the Windows Update system.
The update focuses on bringing improvements to Windows Inking, Photos and Videos, OneDrive files on demand, gaming features, security, accessibility, as well as the addition of Windows Mixed Reality.
Windows 10 is currently installed on more than 500 million devices worldwide which fall short of Microsoft’s original goal of 1 billion installs in “two to three years.”
Windows 10 was offered as a free upgrade to any machine running a prior version of Windows and when that year long offer ended, Microsoft made Windows 10 available as a standalone purchase.