The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has finally been released by Microsoft today. It was detailed several months ago and members of the Insiders program have been able to try out the new features included in this update. Starting today, Windows 10 users across the globe will be able to experience for themselves all of the improvements and changes that Microsoft has made to Windows 10 with the Fall Creators Update.

Microsoft is rolling out the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update in stages so it may be a while before the update goes live in some regions. Users can check whether or not the update is available for them by heading over to Windows Update.

If it’s available for their device, the update will start downloading in the background and a prompt will ask users to schedule a time for installation. It’s also possible to manually download the Fall Creators Update from Microsoft’s website.

One of the biggest additions to Windows 10 that this update makes is the Windows Mixed Reality platform. Windows 10 PCs with the Fall Creators Update are now compatible with a handful of new Mixed Reality headsets from different OEM partners that are also available starting today.

Users will also notice some Windows 10 design tweaks across the user interface and certain apps. New inking experiences that enable users to ink directly on PDFs are onboard. Features like Find my Pen, Continue on PC, enhanced security, and more are included as well.

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