What’s New in October Update for Windows 10

What’s New in October Update for Windows 10

Microsoft released the official update for its Windows 10 operating system. When some users just download and install it, other customers wonder what new features they get with this update.

Now you are able to configure the Print Screen button to run the Screen Sketch on pressing. The Snipping Tool is also redesigned.

There is also good news for those who are familiar with Windows Mixed Reality. After the update, it can be used with no monitor.

It will also be cozier for games because of the easier access to the Game bar. Now you can open it from the Apps List in the Start menu.

SwiftKey feature now works with touchscreens and on-screen keyboards. If you need to configure Typing insights, you will be able to do it in the Settings app.

Now you can manage Sound device properties from the Settings app. The Focus Assist will be enabled or disabled depending on what game is running.

The landing page of Cortana was also extended. Now it has a cozier panel with easier access to Search and Timeline.

There are also many updates for Microsoft Edge. More themes in the Reading View, pinning the toolbar when reading PDF, and other features. This is only the short list of Windows 10 updates but you can learn more from the official Microsoft website.