Microsoft to Release Windows 10 Anniversary Update On August 2
Microsoft has announced the next major update to Windows 10 OS – the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, will be available starting August 2nd. The update will be available for free to everybody running Windows 10 and those that haven’t made the switch can do so on or before July 29th.
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update brings various new and improved offerings to consumer and enterprises in Six areas.
- Starting off with security, individual customers will get improved Windows Hello for apps and websites and Windows Defender while enterprise users gets Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (WDATP) and Windows Information Protection.
- Windows Ink, a new feature to windows, brings writing from the everyday world to the digital one. Users will be able to tap the power of pen on Windows 10 i.e students can write and do arithmetics; lawyers can edit documents, musicians can write music, graphic designers can get creative, and more.
- More focused on productivity, Cortana is getting more personal with the update and easier to interact with. Users now have access to ask questions, play music or set reminders from the lock screen. Cortana can save and recall information as well as giving notifications across all devices with it.
- Microsoft Edge has added new extensions and the update allows it to be more efficient – it is estimated to last three hours longer than the Google Chrome. A new accessibility architecture for the Edge browser is also included.
- With emphasis on allowing gamers stay connected and enjoy more games; the update brings new features for Xbox One and the Xbox app on Windows. They can stay connected with friends on Xbox Live and enjoy even more games across favorite devices with the Anniversary Update.
- The last of the sextet, sees the introduction of new innovations and technology to the modern classroom.
Microsoft is offering various products are fairly discounted (low) prices and other freebies to take advantage of. For more detailed information hit the link below.
Source: Microsoft Blog