Windows in 2017
Microsoft has begun rolling out its next significant update to Windows 10, which the company is calling the Creators Update. In contrast to the monthly updates that mostly contain minor changes and security fixes, the Creators Update has some new features large and small. Mostly, they're small, though. And as for the "Creators Update" descriptor, only a few of the changes are related to enabling creative pursuits. Even still, a few changes – around security, software installations, and the Edge browser – should be welcomed by a large number of Windows 10 users.
In the following slides, we've laid out 10 of the changes that are coming with the Windows 10 Creators Update.