After months and months of hype and excitement surrounding the matter, Microsoft has finally released the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to the world. This comes four days after the initial period when you could install Windows 10 for free ended.
The Anniversary Update of Windows 10 is definitely bringing plenty of new stuff to the table. For instance, Windows Ink is here which allows anyone with a Surface Pen to draw, paint, or even simply doodle with powerful editing tools. In addition, Microsoft Edge finally supports extensions, Cortana now can handle more complex inquiries, a new dark theme is here which brings a sleeker UI to a variety of apps and services built into Windows 10, your time zone will now be set automatically, Windows Hello now can work as a part of logging into websites and applications, Windows 10 apps are finally supported on the Xbox One, Bash has made it’s way to Windows 10, you can project one Windows 10 device’s current screen to another and use the peripherals connected to the main device, a new Skype app is present with many UI tweaks and improvements, and you can now sync your Android device’s notifications with your PC. There’s also a number of other tweaks and improvements that will set the tone for how you experience Windows. All in all, this is a worth update that shouldn’t be missed.
To install the Anniversary Update on your PC, got to Settings > Update & security > Windows Update. Then, your Windows 10 machine should look for and find the new update. Your PC will then install the update and likely need to restart one or two times before you can use your computer again. Just be patient, as I assure you it’ll be all worth it in the end.
Just yesterday, I and my brothers shared our thoughts on the Anniversary Update as a part of episode #8 of Reboot. You can watch the full episode below.
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