Here’s the official launch announcement for the new Windows 10 version, codenamed Creators update.
In case you missed the first major Windows 10 update, Creators will be released this summer, and it’ll be rolling out to all Windows 10 users starting this month.
Here’s what’s new:Microsoft’s Creators upgrade will add a bunch of new features and apps, including:An improved look and feel with new UI, icons, and colors Microsoft has added a lot of new, cool features in this update, but the biggest change is the big, bold new logo on the desktop.
Microsoft has made some major changes to the design of the Windows logo, with a black background and a much wider, brighter color palette, all to make the new logo stand out.
The new logo also looks like a Windows logo at first glance.
It’s bold, sharp, and bright.
But the biggest new change is that the new color palette has been updated with more saturated tones and more color saturation.
The new colors are a more neutral color, like a warm summer day, with some bright colors.
This new design is much more visually appealing, and I think that’s a big difference from the old logo, where the colors were more saturated and the colors of the logo were more yellowish.
The new design also allows for much more flexibility when it comes to the size of the icon.
If you are a Windows 10 user, you probably know that icons are not the largest part of the design on your desktop, and that’s not a big problem for the Microsoft Creators edition.
Microsoft’s new Windows logo is smaller and less visible than it used to be, but it still has enough space for a lot more icons.
A lot of the new features in the Creators version are in the new Start menu, and the new version will also include a number of new Start screen features.
Here are some of the most important ones:More intelligent Start menu navigation with more choices and actions.
Microsoft has made a number a improvements to the Start menu in the update, including improved navigation and suggestions, better sorting, and more.
Navigation on the Start screen has been simplified, and there are new shortcuts and navigation actions for things like the search bar, quick settings, Cortana, and settings.
There are a number more Start menu features, too, such as shortcuts for shortcuts to the Windows Store, a new shortcut for Cortana, a shortcut for Start, a quick access to Windows settings, and a shortcut to the Microsoft Edge browser.
Windows Store app and service integration is also improved in the Windows 10 new Creators release, with the new Microsoft Store now showing up in the Start Menu and other apps and services.
A lot more features in Cortana and other Microsoft apps.
Microsoft is bringing Cortana and some other Microsoft services closer together in the upcoming Creators, and Cortana will be more closely integrated with Cortana.
Cortana is also being integrated into the Start, search, and Settings menus in the redesigned Start menu.
New, more powerful search bar and Cortana.
Microsoft also added a new search bar in the Settings menu, which includes a search bar for Cortana and searches for Cortana’s suggestions.
Cortana will also now search the Start or search menu for suggestions that can help you find information on a topic.
More Cortana features.
Cortana has also been updated to provide more information about Cortana suggestions.
For example, when you open Cortana, it will display a list of suggestions that you can search for.
Cortana can also now display a “Find Cortana” notification, which you can turn on/off by swiping up from the top of the screen.
Microsoft also made some important changes to Windows Search, including a new, more unified Search bar, better support for new search terms, and other important changes.
Microsoft added a Search button to the search results page, and Microsoft Edge Search now uses Bing as the default search engine for browsing the Web and the Start page.
Microsoft is also introducing a new Cortana search feature that will let users easily search for Cortana by voice, or by typing Cortana in to the Search box on the main Start screen.
Cortana voice searches can also be performed with Microsoft Edge or other browsers, and you can ask Cortana to search for you by saying “Hey Cortana, search for me.”
Microsoft has also added Cortana to the taskbar and the Action Center.
The Action Center is where you can set Cortana reminders and settings for other apps.
The Creators Windows 10 release is expected to launch this summer.