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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is a Major. Features Explained!

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

The tech giant Microsoft has announced a major update for windows 10. Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is going to be released in September 2017. Some of the key features of this update include the following.

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Timeline in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update:

This is supposed to be one of the most interesting to see in the modern operating systems. Timeline feature will help you know about your recent sessions on different devices. With this feature, you can work on the same task from your different devices. So, changing your device would no longer interrupt your work.

Timeline windows 10
This is how it looks like.

This is certainly going to be a new great windows experience to iOS and Android devices. The Idea has already been tested and implemented before. You can resume Edge sessions across multiple Windows 10 devices.

Pick Up Where You Left Off – Windows 10 Feature!

Yes, you heard it right. Now you can resume your work just like you did in MS Word.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
This is Where you left!

OneDrive Files On-Demand Feature.

The new coming windows 10 feature OneDrive on-demand lets OneDrive pick out specific data from the cloud computer when it’s needed, without the need to sync full files and folders to your device.

This is one good feature indeed.

download on demand
Download the file that you actually need!

Cloud Powered Clipboard in windows 10!

Here is the all new clipboard in windows 10! This Windows 10 Fall Creators Update shows Microsoft intentions towards cloud computing!

The new cloud-powered clipboard in windows 10 will let Windows users copy content from an app and paste it on their mobile devices like Android and iPhones.

New clipboard in windows 10

These are the four major features from Microsoft to be released in September 2017.

Are you excited about these features? It depends on your internet speed!

If you have a slow internet connection, Microsoft is not happy with you! They are gearing up towards cloud computing and internet of things.

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