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Windows 10 Prepares for Launching a Successor to the Fall Creators Update

At the end of August, Microsoft has released a preview for their Windows 10 for PC. They featured some improvements and bug fixes. The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has been its predecessor.

This update is supposed to prepare the Windows 10 service for a bigger update to follow the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

Windows 10 is an Updatable Service

Windows 10 has been built different from other Windows, and it’s considered a service which is updatable and can get new features, unlike the ones before. Among other updates released for the Windows we name a few important ones: November Update, Anniversary Update, and Creators Update.

Microsoft is working on finishing the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and is also working on their next project.

“Skip Ahead” Option Will Provide Users the Opportunity of Getting the Latest Updates

Users will receive the update if they chose the “Skip Ahead” option for Windows Insider. This option will let you get the early builds for the future Windows 10 (RS4) update, including this update.

The patch has fixed some bugs and made a few improvements. Here’s a few of them from a long list:

They fixed an issue regarding the taskbar getting thick if you turned on the PC which was plugged into an external monitor that featured a different DPI.

The update focused on fixing an issue which resulted in change in mouse sensitivity when users used non-default display scaling.

There was also an issue regarding Microsoft Edge where progress wheels on certain websites moved out of place while they rotated.

Another issue concerned Windows Hello strings which appeared on top of the page when there was performed a pin reset (from the login screen).

The number of this big Windows 10 update jumped from 16278 to 16353 due to a new branch of the next big update that will follow the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

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