Microsoft is set to release its first major update to Windows 10, which will include a few enhancements to the installation process, in November this year.
The update, known as Windows 10 Fall Update, will be available for users who are upgrading from Windows 10 RTM, Windows 7, and Windows 8 without installing other updates first, according to Paul Thurrott. Other additional features of the update will include better context menus and a column of live tiles within the Start menu. With the update, the operating system will also be equipped with Skype.
As reported by the Verge, while enhancements to Microsoft Edge were promised by the software company, they have been pushed to the update which will release in 2016. However, there will be a few minor changes made to the internet browser in the November 10 update. Updates will be made to Cortana, which will include a provision to send texts from users’ computers with a mobile with Windows 10.
Almost 6.6 percent users had upgraded to Windows 10 as of September 2015. Windows 7 is a more preferred operating system for the majority of the users, with 56.53 percent users.