Yesterday, Microsoft announced an official release date for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: October 17, 2017. It's not the most exciting release ever, but we're still anxiously anticipating the update. What say you?

We've been writing about the Fall Creators Update for months, usually collecting whatever details we could from the Windows Insider builds that hinted of changes to come. So we think we have a good idea of what's packed into the latest major Windows desktop OS update.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: All the changes so far

Personally, I'm most excited about seeing the Fluent Design System fleshed out a bit more across the OS. And the Fall Creators Update also packs some interesting changes to the Windows Shell, the Microsoft Edge browser, and various settings. There is a conversation going on right now on the subject over in our forums.

Al Sacco
09-01-2017 07:31 AM

It's officially official: Microsoft today announced its target release date for the Fall Creators Update. Come October 17, some of us will get the first official release of the latest major Windows 10 update. From what we know so far, it's not the most exciting update Microsoft has ever released, but it does pack a number of key enhancements and feature additions. Are you excited about the...

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What do you think? Are you eagerly anticipating October 17 and the official release? Why or why not? And how do you think the Fall Creators Update stacks up to previous major Windows OS releases? Hit the link below and let know in the Windows Central forum.

From the forums: Fall Creators Update coming Oct. 17 — what are you most excited about?