For the past few months, Microsoft has already been testing a fresh update for Windows 10, and now they’re ready to release it to everyone. For the 110 million machines now running on Windows 10, they will be offered the update today. The said update includes a number of bug fixes and some UI changes that were originally planned for the final version of Windows 10.
One of the most noticeable change is the new colored title bar for the desktop apps. All apps now will look a little more similar to the ones that are native to Windows 10. Also, Microsoft has also improved the context menus throughout the whole operating system to make them a little more bigger and darker that matches the overall theme.
Some changes are minor like improved system icons. Microsoft is allowing every users to now install apps to external storage, and some table mode improvements allow you to swipe down to close apps and snap apps more effectively. They are also improving their own Edge browser and Cortana in the Windows 10 Fall Update. Edge can now sync favorites, settings and reading list while Cortana can now understand inked notes.
The update is rolling out today so better check your Windows Update.