Windows 10 Creators Fall Update, released the first build Insider 'stable'

Microsoft has finally released the first build Insider on the Fall Update Creators in the slow channel, the most stable among the channels Insider

Over the weekend Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider build 16237 in the fast channel and announced that the second and last Bug Bash for Creators Fall Update will be launched in the coming days. The company has finally started offering build Insider 16232 for Windows 10 in Slow Channel , the first since the release of Creators Update RTM occurred in March and then the first part of the development of Creators Fall Update.

The novelty compared to the previous version on the Slow Channel are several, with the Insider who participate who will be totally flooded. Over time there have been exclusive cumulative updates for that channel, but the first preview build 16232 is directly linked to the Fall Update Creators. Who is in Slow Channel will receive, for example, for the first time the functionality Files On-Demand on OneDrive.

There are also improvements in on-screen keyboards, with direct support for emoji, and plenty of new features on an aesthetic level, as on the Action Center , support for the new acrylic material, novelty of Edge and native support for EPUB, and more . Microsoft has reported, however, that the roll-out of Windows 10 Insider build on 16232 PC Slow Channel will be gradual , not instant for everyone, and ISO are not yet available to today.

Windows 10 Creators Fall Update is the second major update of the operating system for 2017. The new version, which will arrive in the fall, it is scheduled several new although some - including those announced - will not be implemented if not before the early months of 2018. The Timeline and Pick up where you Left Off , designed to allow users to continue activity on a device other than the one from which it was started.

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