Windows 10 users who are not on the Windows Insider preview program should be able to download a solid update for the OS in the near future. A new report claims that Microsoft could sign off on a final version of what's being called the Windows 10 Fall update as soon as this week.
The reports comes from Thrurott.com, via unnamed sources. An actual release date for the Windows 10 Fall Update has not been confirmed yet by Microsoft. Earlier rumors that suggested it will be launched on November 10 may not be totally accurate as sources have since told Windows Central that it may come out on that date, or Microsoft may wait for another day
The Windows 10 Fall Update will only have a few minor new features, including the new Skype app experiences and UI consistency improvements. A much larger feature update is rumored for summer 2016, under the code-name "Redstone" although its feature set has not yet been finalized.