Microsoft unveils Windows 10 Creators Update, coming in ‘early 2017’

At its Windows 10 event in New York City today, Microsoft announced the Creators Update for Windows 10. The company detailed a slew of new features coming to its latest and greatest operating system, for free. Microsoft says the Creators Update will arrive in “early 2017,” but Windows Insider testers and developers will be able to play with it sooner.

Windows 10 is a service, meaning it was built in a very different way than its predecessors so it can be regularly updated with not just fixes but new features too. The most recent significant update is the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, released two months ago.

Terry Myerson, executive vice president for Microsoft’s Windows and Devices Group, explained there are three components for this update: 3D and mixed reality, 4K gaming and in-game broadcasting, plus faster ways to share and connect with the people that matter most.

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