Windows 10 Latest Build Reveals the Biggies of Fall Creators Update

June 9, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 won’t be arriving small. Thanks to the latest service pack of build 16215 that we now know there’s much more in the next big update for Windows 10 than what was teased until now through the previous builds.

The first and foremost addition of the new update is the Fluent Design, which is the new member in the family of Windows UI. Windows has previously mentioned that the new UI will be expanded only gradually to Windows 10. It’s now clear that the transformation will begin with Start Menu and Action center revamps.

The Fluent Design will now make the aforesaid more transparent. Start menu can now be easily resized with better grips for horizontal, vertical and diagonal positioning. The Action Center will also be providing a much clearer information separation and hierarchy.

The next big change comes with Edge browser, which will finally be able to run full screen with the tap of the F11 button. Users can also now pin the pages to taskbars using various browsers. Those will be opened up in Edge once pinned.

Cortana also gets smarter with the latest update through which it will now scan more of the data to let you set up reminders. The digital assistant will now be able to recognize texts within images. Users can also draw lasso using their stylus pens to trigger Cortana to perform specific actions including setting up tasks and reminders.

Some of the other major updates include new Word-Flow keyboard and shortcut for emoji panel, voice dictation, improved pen input, Bash Shell mode without enabling developer mode, etc. altogether, the latest build is definitely the biggest so far that has arrived in connection with the Fall Creators Update, which is all set to release by September this year.

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