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Windows Central reports that following months of testing, the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has finally begun its public rollout, which will be taking place gradually around the world over the next few months.

If you’re impatient to receive the update you can check manually to see if it’s ready to download via Windows Update. And even if the rollout hasn’t rolled round to your part of the world yet, you can go to the Windows 10 website and select the option to “Update Now.” Or you can download the ISO files for a clean install.

The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has been thoroughly tested by Windows Insiders over the past few months. Some of the major new features that it contains include OneDrive Files On-Demand, Windows Mixed Reality headset support, and lots of instances of Microsoft’s new Fluent Design language, as well as the My People section that has been added to the task bar.

Posting on Windows Blogs about the update,...

Business Insider reports that Microsoft has today unveiled the Surface Book 2, which BI refers to as the company’s “new MacBook Pro killer.”

Available on November 16, with pre-orders starting on November 9, at a starting price of $1,499, the Surface Book 2 boasts an incredible 17 hours of battery life.

Just as with the first Surface Book, which was released in 2015, the Surface Book 2 looks like a regular laptop, but with one major difference: you can detach the screen to make it a tablet. The Surface Book 2 comes in two screen-size versions: the original 13.5-inch display, and a new 15-inch option.

BI says that aside from this new screen-size option, the Book 2 looks very similar to the first Surface Book, although it does have some impressive new specs, including that battery life, and the equally impressive processing power, which Microsoft says is twice that of the latest MacBook Pro, and with a higher screen resolution as well....
The company this week announced that it will be holding a ‘Mixed Reality event’ on October 3rd. Mixed reality is Microsoft’s broad term encompassing everything from its HoloLens augmented reality device to the new virtual reality headsets it’s soon to launch in partnership with others.

On October 17th Microsoft will launch its Fall Creators Update for Windows 10, which enables use of these new headsets on the operating system. On the same day, headsets from companies like Acer and Dell will also be launching along with new six degrees of freedom (6DOF) motion controllers.

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Microsoft might not be done introducing new Surface hardware this year just because the Surface Laptop and Surface Pro are on store shelves. The company has confirmed that devices executive Panos Panay will be presenting at the company's two-day Future Decoded event (starting October 31st -- yes, Halloween), hinting that he'll introduce new hardware. A source speaking to The Verge supports this with word that there will be "at least one" new piece of hardware at the event, so it seems like Microsoft's habit of introducing new Surface machines in October will remain intact. As it stands, there are a few systems that...

Microsoft News Centre UK has today announced that as part of a Back-to-School special, it will be offering savings on the Surface Pro 4, meaning that you can currently buy a 128GB, Intel Core m3 Surface Pro 4 plus Surface Type Cover starting at £649 in the UK. The standard Type Covers available for that price are black, blue, red, or teal, but for an extra £25 you can upgrade to the Surface Pro 4 Type Cover with Fingerprint ID, or a burgundy, cobalt blue, or platinum Surface Pro Signature Type Cover. And that’s not even all the discounts, as you can also save £20 on Office 365 Home or Office 365 Personal if you buy it at the same time as your bundle.

However, if the Surface Laptop is what interests you, Microsoft UK also announced today that the burgundy, graphite gold, and cobalt blue versions are all now available to pre-order in the UK, having previously only been available in the US.


PC Gamer reports that Microsoft Studios and Relic Entertainment have announced Age of Empires IV exclusively for Windows 10 at a special live-streamed event to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Age of Empires franchise at gamescom 2017 in Cologne, Germany.
Isgreen then went on to thank the fans for their loyalty. “For all of you who have remained faithful fans of the Age of Empires franchise for the last 20 years, we say thank you - we cannot wait to bring you the next chapter of history.”

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