Following on from last autumn’s Anniversary Update, Microsoft is preparing to roll out its second major platform update, bringing new features and technologies to every Windows 10 user.
It’s called the “Creators Update” (that's right, no apostrophe) – and Microsoft has just announced it's going to be rolling out the update on 11 April 2017. Well, despite the name the new update isn't only of interest to developers and artistsstered as a Windows Insider you’ll already have had the chance to try many of them out.
Those of us using the Home or Professional editions of Windows 10 will be getting the Creators Update whether we ask for it or not.
You can grab the Home version on Amazon UK here (or Amazon US).
With last spring's Creators Update, Microsoft builds on that lead.
Creators Update isn't a drastic overhaul; rather it improves the system's media and gaming capabilities.
is a media player, media library, online radio broadcaster, and mobile device management application developed by Apple Inc.
It is used to play, download, and organize digital downloads of music and video (as well as other types of media available on the i Tunes Store) on personal computers running the mac OS and Microsoft Windows operating systems.
Jeff Robbin, Kincaid, and Dave Heller moved to Apple as part of the acquisition, where they continue to work today as the software's original developers.The big new idea in the Creators Update – the one, presumably, that justifies its name – is a push into 3D.Part of that is the bundling of the new Paint 3D app.By default, the RSS news feed is taken from but the feed can be changed to almost any RSS feed.
The context menu gives you quick access to some functions that also can be accessed by the keyboard directly (e.g. Change content) are only accessible from the context menu.In the Confluence settings different main menu options can also show add-on shortcuts.