Microsoft Windows 10 Latest Version 2017-2018 Full Free Download

Microsoft Windows 10 Latest Version 2017-2018 Full Free Download

Microsoft Windows 10

Introduction:

Microsoft Windows 10 Latest Version

Since Microsoft Windows 10 landed on our PCs for the first time back in 2015, we’ve benefited from three separate, and massive, updates that only “Windows as a Service” could provide. That is what Microsoft has been calling its post-chronologically numerical Windows updates after all, and it’s what we’re going to start seeing a lot more of in 2018.

Next year, building onto the Anniversary Update, Creators Update and Fall Creators Update that came before it, we’re going to see Redstone 4, a revision to Microsoft’s OS for PCs that will likely be called something completely different by the time it comes out. We don’t know much about what it will entail, but we’ve heard we’ll see full-on eSIM compatibility for always-connected devices – such as those that rely on LTE for internet usage.

Today, the currently newest Microsoft Windows 10 Full 2017-2018 Fall Creators Update has continued to show Microsoft making good on the plans it unveiled to us two years ago. On top of that, the Anniversary Update that came out last year brought some great improvements to the Start screen and Action Center, along with the Edge web browser. It also introduced the Ink Workspace, which concentrates on the daily features that you use the most.

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The Fall Creators Update, however, brings more new features and functions than you can keep up with, but focused on areas that revolve around creating or enjoying content. Whether that be books, gaming, drawing or even 3D modeling, Windows 10 now does those things way better.

Of course, some core tools, like the Edge browser and Cortana have received upgrades, too. And, Microsoft Windows 10 now finally has a night-time screen mode in Night Light. Microsoft has also brought about major improvements to security and privacy (or at least transparency) in Windows 10.

These changes continue to further Microsoft’s mission for Windows 10 to be the operating system for everything and everyone – now having reached 600 million installs.

Without further delay, let’s dive into the major beats of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

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What’s new in the Update?

Frankly, if you haven’t installed Microsoft Windows 10 Update already, there’s more reason than ever to jump on the bandwagon. Windows 7 updates are shaky at the moment, with Microsoft focusing much of its efforts on its new operating system. What’s more, Windows 7 users are dropping it like flies, according to the latest reports.

 Arguably, that’s with good reason. What you stand to gain from the latest version of Windows 10 starts with ‘Sets’, a Microsft-y term for what are essentially out-of-browser tabs applicable to those apps that you won’t find in Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome or your preferred web surfing tool.

Also highlighted in the Microsoft Windows 10 Update are a slew of enhancements for tablet and 2-in-1 users wielding styluses. You can now, for instance, doodle from directly within PDF files or Word docs themselves, complemented by a new ‘Find My Pen’ feature that tracks where your stylus last touched the screen. That’s made better (looking) by visual improvements made possible by the Fluent Design system, which aims to modernize select facets of the UI.

However, more meaningful changes, like a more combative approach to ransomware, are appreciated as well. Specifically, the Fall Creators Update makes room for a ‘Controlled Folder Access’ toggle, letting you preclude unauthorized apps from getting their hands on your files.

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Eye Control, too, has made its way into the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, as has a Mixed Reality Viewer. Without the necessity to purchase one of the company’s affordable Windows Mixed Reality headsets – also compatible with the OS – you can now integrate 3D objects virtually into your home or workspace using your webcam or USB camera.

 Otherwise, the Windows Mixed Reality headsets – available now – start at $299 (about £225, AU$380) and, as of November 15, support SteamVR to enjoy games such as Fallout 4 VR and Doom VFR as well as the virtual reality rendition of Skyrim. They might cost over $399 in the US, but you also have the option to buy a headset bundled with the all-but-essential motion controllers.
 And, iterating on the Paint 3D software introduced in the spring Creators Update, Fall Creators Update users can take the 3D models they’ve created and integrate them into outside applications, such as the suite of Office 365 programs. Thanks to AirDrop-inspired Near Share, you can also go as far as to share them with other PCs in your area.

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On a less productive note, the Windows 10 Update hones in on the fact that, according to Redmond’s sources, more people now watch games than actually play them, though 200 million people are still playing them on Windows 10. In the Fall Creators Update, Mixer, Microsoft’s answer to Twitch and YouTube Gaming, will be even faster.

 Notwithstanding this fact, Steam stats are showing that only 28.6% of its players are still using Windows 10 as of December 2017. That’s a whopping 17.38% drop from the 45.98% of Steam gamer’s that were playing on Windows 10 the previous month. Perhaps knowing that the Fall Creators Update will also make games operate smoother via its enhanced Game Mode will change their minds, however.
 If not, then there are plenty of non-gamer’s that will certainly enjoy the new ‘Memories’ and ‘Stories’ portion of the Windows 10 Photos app. With these new features in tow, you can modify images like never before by adding to them 3D effects, transitions, Ink and even video.

Peering towards the future, the Fall Creators Update isn’t the final frontier for Windows 10 either. Next up, we can nearly assure you at this point that Microsoft is on its way to selling hardware via the Windows 10 Store.

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Microsoft Windows 10 Features:

The familiar Start Menu, which Microsoft replaced with Live Tiles in Windows 8, returned in Windows 10. Users can still access Live Tiles and the touch-centric Metro interface from a panel on the right side of the Start Menu, however.

Microsoft Windows 10 allows users to toggle between touchscreen and keyboard interfaces on devices that offer both. Continuum automatically detects the presence of a keyboard and orients the interface to match.

Windows 10’s integrated search feature allows users to search all local locations, as well as the web simultaneously.

Microsoft Edge debuted with Windows 10 and replaces Internet Explorer as the default web browser. Edge includes tools such as Web Notes, which allows users to mark up web sites, and Reading View, which allows users to view certain websites without the clutter of ads. The browser integrates directly, Microsoft’s digital assistant, which is also embedded within Windows 10.

Cortana integrates directly with the Bing search engine and supports both text and voice input. It tracks and analyzes location services, communication history, email and text messages, speech and input personalization, services and applications, and browsing and search history in an effort to customize the OS experience to best suit users’ needs. IT professionals can disable Cortana and some of its features with Group Policy settings.

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Installation Process:

  • Click On Download Button Given Below.
  • Window 10 will Auto Download.
  • Wait Till Download Complete.
  • Open Download File From Downloads.
  • Click to Install The Setup.
  • Follow the Instructions.
  • All Done Thanks For Downloading & Installing The Windows

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Microsoft Windows 10 Latest Version 2017-2018 Full Free Download

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