5.3 million installs later, and Microsoft is already planning to roll out a big new update for Windows 10 users in late 2018.
The company is planning to release a new version of its operating system, dubbed “Windows 10 Anniversary Update,” that will include many new features and fixes.
However, there are some major differences between this new version and the previous one that are starting to get attention.
In addition to some minor features, Microsoft has also made some big changes to the way Windows 10 works.
The biggest change to Windows 10 is that the operating system now uses a much more modern architecture.
This means that new features like a more powerful processor and graphics chipsets are no longer required.
Instead, these new features will automatically be installed and ready for use when the system boots.
This will make Windows 10 a much better operating system for users who are not using a traditional desktop computer, but still want to use their PC as their primary one.
That means you should expect to see more features in the Anniversary Update than you did with the previous version of the OS.
The other big change that will be coming to Windows users is that Windows 10 will now automatically install apps for the devices you use, so if you are using an iPad or an iPhone, you will be able to access the apps you want to download automatically.
Windows 10 users can also choose to turn on the “Skip notifications” feature that will stop apps from showing up in the Start menu.
It will be nice to see a few apps, like Netflix and Hulu, that will still appear on the Start screen, but not to worry, you won’t have to go through the hassle of opening them every time you need to watch a video or a song.
Windows Insiders will be getting a preview of the new Anniversary Update as well.
If you are one of the people who is already in the Windows Insider program, you should be able have a look at it.
If you are still waiting for the Windows 10 Anniversary update, you can check it out by downloading the installer for free from the Windows Store.