Microsoft releases this summer Anniversary Update for Windows 10

Mar

31

2016

Microsoft releases this summer a new update for Windows 10 under the name Anniversary Update. Microsoft releases include new functionality to Windows Ink and Windows Hello, such as biometric login to websites with the Edge browser.

When the Anniversary Update appears exactly is still unknown Microsoft stuck with “this summer.” The update that previously was known as Redstone 1, is free to all Windows devices, including the Xbox One. The preview of the SDK of the update is available immediately to developers. Part of the update’s new Windows Ink functionality for working with pen and touch screen.

There will be a Ink Workspace. This is a list of apps that are optimized for stylus. Users can use this list directly to such apps in the Windows Store. Microsoft combines with Sticky Notes Cortana. During the Build keynote, the company demonstrated how Cortana the word “tomorrow” understood the note “call me tomorrow ‘and automatically was producing a memory.

Further, there will be a ruler in Sketch Pad and Powerpoint for making straight lines, which can be moved over the touch and rotate. Adobe integrates something similar in Illustrator, where the ruler can be anything.

Microsoft expands biometric authentication Hello to Edge. From the Anniversary Update, users can, for example, their fingerprint to log on sites that support Hello.

Microsoft Build Windows Update 10th Anniversary
Microsoft Build Windows Update 10th Anniversary

Meanwhile, 270 million people use Windows 10 running, said Terry Myerson, vice president of the Windows group at Microsoft. Thus, according to him there the fastest Windows ever adoption. Myerson stressed that Windows 10 also turns old PCs to five years, which he responded to a remark made by Apple’s announcement of iPad Pro that it was ‘very sad’ that people still use old PCs. Microsoft Windows 10 attempts explicitly to bring the man, the company has in recent months many windows users explicitly clear that an upgrade is ready to Windows 10, something that could not and can appreciate all users.

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