5 Great Features to Wait for Windows 10 Fall Updates
In Build 2017, Microsoft announced that there would be a fall update for Windows 10 … well … in the fall. No specific release date has been announced, but information circulating on the Internet indicates that it will be released in November. Microsoft has unveiled some great features that will be a part of the fall update. See five of them here.
Windows Story Remix: A new way to convert your photos and videos
Built on .NET and distributed through the Windows Store as a universal Windows application, Story Remix uses AI and in-depth learning to organize and convert your photos and videos into stories. It will use Microsoft Graph to connect you and your friends across the device. Story Remix combines your photos and videos to create a story with a soundtrack, theme and cinematic transitions. You can create mixed reality by adding 3D objects to your photos and videos to tell stories in a whole new way.
Cross device experience / Pick up from where you left off
Users need to download Cortana on their iOS and Android devices to use “Pick up from where you left off”. If you work on your PC, and you have a document you’re editing, you can start from where you left it on your iOS or Android device. Of course, a dock isn’t the best example because it works with Office 365, but you’ve got the idea. It will work with apps, docs, websites and much more.
Simply put, it works like a time machine Mac. The Windows Blog details the timeline, saying, “With the timeline in Windows 10, you can now go back in time to find out what you’re doing. With a visual timeline that shows what you’re doing, you can easily go back to files, apps, and sites as if you’ve never left. “
It’s like copying content from one device to another. For example, if you copy an address to your PC, you can log in to your iPhone, and if you have Swiftkey installed, you can paste that text directly into the pickup where you left it, say, Google to get directions. Maps. It’s like starting a sentence on one device and ending it on another. Now, we’ve seen this feature work seamlessly between iOS and Macs, but the clipboard works nicely between iOS, Android, and Windows. You will need Swiftkey for this to work though.
Onedrive files on demand
Access all your files in the cloud without downloading them and use the storage space on your device. You can read all the features of Onedrive in detail here.