Download of Windows 10 Update Assistant for Fall Creators Update 1709 is here. How to get it immediately on your PC.
Now that the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is live, finally available to users. It took Microsoft to rollout five months after the latest big update to its Windows 10 operating system was announced. The update builds on the Creators Update that was released back in April, with this new iteration adding new features and altering how Windows will look moving forward.
In order to get your hands on the new Windows 10 Fall Creators Update right away is as easy as downloading, installing and running the Windows 10 Assistant tool. You’ll be needing it again this time too. One of the ways we have shared in the past on that particular process here.
Interested in doing so? Because this new update of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update brings with it plenty to get excited about. It has a new Fluent Design language which seesWindows 10 receive a bit of a facelift, that makes everything look even crisper and, well, transparent than it did before.
In store for you in this YouTube video, you can see a sneak peek of what Fluent Design shows up. With a new universal clipboard that will work across devices as well as Windows Store Remix which aims to take your photos and videos library and use them create a beautiful story, complete with music. And there’s enough here to suggest the update would be well worth the time you will need to invest in order to do.
The Windows 10 Creators Update can be downloaded now. It’s free of cost update though. Get the Windows 10 Update Assistant tool downloaded from here to get started.
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