With too many surprises and launches occurring at IFA 2018 in Berlin, Germany, Microsoft too caught the audience by surprise, officially announcing that the previously codenamed Redstone 5 is now the “Windows 10 October Update”. Notably, it is the name of its next major update for Windows 10. It has been publicly testing the update through its Windows Insider program.
The update will be rolled out in October this year and will introduce a number of new features inter alia new cloud clipboard to sync across machines, an updated snipping tool. There will also be a new dark File Explorer, performance information in the Xbox Game bar and an improved version of Microsoft Edge, additionally.
Also, the Windows 10 users will be able to see previews on search. This means that the users will get quick answers to their questions by simply jumping between two or more search results. With the update, one will be able to name tile folders on Windows 10 devices. The option to name the folder will appear once the folder with numerous tiles is expanded.
The company, however, has not revealed the exact date for the rollout in October. But it is expected to release new features as the date comes nearby. Presently, the tech firm Microsoft is working on next Windows 10 update which is codenamed as ‘19H1’ and is likely to arrive in April 2019.
To recall, Microsoft has added new features to its Notepad app for windows. During the update, the tech giant announced ‘Fast Sign-in’, a faster way to sign into shared PCs and the advanced biometric sign-in feature for Windows 10.
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