Microsoft has revealed that the Creators update will not only offer Windows 10 Mobile support but also a new “Personalization” feature that lets you customize your Windows experience, including Windows 10 and Windows 10 devices.
Microsoft is launching the Windows 10 Update to the Creator Update pool of customers.
Windows 10’s Personalization features will be available in a separate update to the Anniversary Update and Windows Update pool.
This update will also include “Windows 10 Mobile.”
“We are making this a free update for all customers, including the existing Creators,” a Microsoft spokesperson told TechRadar.
“All existing customers who have purchased the Anniversary or Anniversary Update will have the option to install this update.”
This feature, which will be offered on the Creatins update, will allow you to set up different personalizations and settings for your Windows device, with a goal of making the device more personalized and personal.
You can configure various Windows settings such as device wallpaper, color scheme, screen size, etc.
The Personalization feature is a new way for Windows 10 to differentiate between devices.
You will be able to customize the Windows interface to your liking and the Settings menu, which has been available in the Creates update.
In the Creatas update, you will also be able set up the Start screen and the Windows Hello screen.
Windows Hello is a face recognition system that uses facial recognition technology to recognize faces and text in your messages.
Microsoft has also included facial recognition for the Start menu, Cortana, and the Cortana Hub in the update.
Microsoft has been pushing the Creatours update for some time, and now it has officially been available to those who bought a new Windows 10 device.
“Customers who purchased the Creaters Update for a Windows 10 Device that comes with the Anniversary Edition or Anniversary Upgrade will be eligible to download the Creaties Update for free,” Microsoft said in a statement.
“This is a great opportunity for people who purchased a Windows 8.1 device that came with the Creatics Update to get the full Windows 10 experience for free.”
Customers that purchased the Windows 8 or Windows 7 device can download the update from the Windows Update website, and Windows Insider testers are already receiving the update in a test environment.
Microsoft plans to roll out the update to more devices as it gets closer to the public launch.