The colors of the leaves aren't the only things to change this fall. Microsoft issued another major update to Windows 10 with its Fall Creators Update. The Windows 10 fall update builds on the OS in a variety of ways.
The latest update delivers security improvements by taking ransomware head on in the Windows Defender Security Center. It also tries to improve user experience by making it easier to resolve issues with blurry applications and preventing Windows Update from slowing everything down. The Fall Creators Update also includes changes to Microsoft OneDrive, and IT professionals and users should be aware of the addition of the My People app.
Read on to uncover six of the biggest developments in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.