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Microsoft Introduces Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

At Build 2017, Microsoft revealed Windows 10 Fall Creators Update as the next major platform build. The release will come with a powerful new app for creating and sharing memories.

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Day 2 of Build 2017 was always going to be “sexier” than the opening day. Yesterday, focused on developers and services such as Azure and . Today, consumers can come along for the ride too. As expected, the company has introduced what will become the next major Build.

Known as Redstone 3 until today, Microsoft announced today that the successor with the Creators Update will be Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. As the name suggests, the feature upgrade will build on the Creators Update that was launched last month.

So, Microsoft is sticking with its push to make Windows 10 a creator's dream. Expect Microsoft to tweak the Creators Update experience, but the Fall Creators Update will also come with significant new features.

Chief among them is a new creative application called . This application will introduce a new way of storytelling on the platform. See here our complete overview of all coming features in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

Building Creations as Memories

Users will be able build stories and memories from and videos. Microsoft Graph powers the new app, and can automatically create these stories and memories. The company says completed memories can be shared via cinematic transitions, soundtracks, and videos.

The company is introducing a couple of major new features with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, but one of the headline features is a new creative app. Microsoft is currently working on a new app for Windows 10 that will introduce a new way of storytelling in Windows 10.

Microsoft will also leverage is recent 3D advancement in Windows 10 for the app. Users will be able to insert 3D model creations into photos and videos, which can then be shared in a memory.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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