This course, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update 2017, serves as an overview of the changes added to Windows 10 in the 2017 Fall Creators Update. First, you will learn about improvements to the Phots app, Edge, and Cortana. Next, you will touch on mixed the reality, security facets. Finally, you will be taught about the additional productivity tools this update has to offer. By the end of this short course, you will gain an overall understanding for each update of the Windows 10 Fall Creators in detail.
Alan Wright has worked professionally in and around IT for over 10 years. He has provided enterprise-level support in the Detroit, Michigan, area and continues to provide software and hardware support for small business and residential users.
Getting the Most out of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (Music playing) The Fall Creators Update was released to the public in October of 2017 after several months of testing with Windows insiders. Many tools were introduced that improve or introduced new ways to create. Whether in the Mixed Reality, we just want to create some awesome slideshows for our photos, or we depend on using a stylus using our tablet, many notable updates focus on creativity. Some updates are small, like the renamed Microsoft Store app, to the new currency convertor in the Calculator app, while others are bigger than they might initially appear, like on demand files in OneDrive, or improvements to security in the Windows Defender Security Suite app. In this series, we're going to look at notable updates that you should be aware of and how these updates will affect you. Thank you for watching, and I'll see you in the next clip.