Microsoft announced that they will be pushing out a Windows 10 Anniversary update to all owners of Windows 10. This update will be downloadable for free starting August 2nd, 2016. The update includes a fairly significant number of new features. Here's a breakdown: Improved security included in Windows Hello and Windows Defender updates (detailed below). Windows Hello will let you log in to apps without a password. You can also access websites with biometric authentication using Microsoft Edge Windows Defender will now let you schedule quick scans on your PC to run automatically as well as provide summaries once it is finished. Microsoft Edge gets power-saving improvements. It will now consume less memory, use fewer CPU cycles, and minimize background activity Extensions for Edge will be available in the Windows Store and it will now support modern web standards, like HTML5, CSS3 and ARIA. Xbox Play Anywhere lets you buy a game on your Xbox One or PC and includes instant ownership on both platforms. Language Region Independence for Cortana is coming to Xbox One Support for background music is also coming to Xbox One Includes a new app that helps schools set up their Windows 10 PCs Cortana improvements will help you save and recall data Windows Ink is a brand new feature that “enables people to write on a device as they would on paper.” For even more detail, hit up the Microsoft source link here: Microsoft announces Windows 10 anniversary update available Aug. 2 | News Center.