Microsoft has a dedicated landing page for Windows 10 ISO files, which lets you download both the 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 10 Fall Creators Update ISO files without messing around with the Media Creation Tool. One of the most stunning Microsoft consumer demos ever is now available as a feature inside of the Windows 10 Photos app. That may sound humble, but Photos can now be used to "remix" photos and videos into stunning presentations, and its built-in video editor is topnotch.
Microsoft confirms that the company is getting "pretty far along in the development process" after testing the new operating system on "hundreds of devices".
Microsoft has also opted for a slower deployment strategy due to these compatibility issue, making sure that it keeps fixing the problems as they appear.
Although not as flashy as the operating system's new mixed-reality capabilities, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update also contains some features for security-conscious business users. This is the second major update to Windows 10 this year, the first being the original Creators Update released in April.
"We have been engaged with a lot of mobile operators ... talking about not only strategically where does this fit into the portfolio and opportunities it brings them, but tactically how do we get these things into the market and into people's hands", Microsoft explains.
If it is, the OS will download it automatically in the background, and when finished it will prompt the user to either start the installation at once or set a time for it later on. In the following months, its specific new features and improvements were previewed one by one. "Included in the [.iso] will be a single Windows image (WIM) file that contains all the volume licensing images".
Today's upgrade carries the label "Semi-Annual Channel", a change in nomenclature from Microsoft's previous Current Branch, the release track offered almost exclusively to consumers. Fortunately, it is easy to change the user agent so that the browser identifies your Windows PC as, say, an Android device. You will too, no matter what your needs.
On Oct. 11, Facebook's Oculus VR subsidiary announced the Oculus Go, a lightweight and self-contained $200 headset that doesn't require users to be tethered to a PC or a smartphone.