Microsoft is hosting its biggest developers conference right now, with BUILD 2017 officially kicking off yesterday.
As such, there are new things coming out of the Microsoft camp right now, most of which is focused on software — and Windows 10. That includes announcing a brand new major update for the platform, which is called the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, as detailed by The Verge.
Yes, Microsoft is reusing the “Creators Update” title for this forthcoming software upgrade.
As for the features that Microsoft is talking about today, there are four new additions that Windows 10 users can look forward to: Timeline, Pick Up Where You Left Off, Clipboard, and OneDrive Files On-Demand. Interestingly enough, Microsoft is actually aiming to draw in more iOS (and Android) users with these new additions.
Microsoft announced the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, and talked about the aforementioned features, but it says there is still more to come, and it will get around to announcing those other new features at a later date.
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will arrive in September.