Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be released on October 17th
Finally, the rumors and discussions in the virtual community are over. The mysterious date of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is already known. It’s the 17th of October. Microsoft has been teasing and keeping the secret on what improvements they are working on.
Microsoft has been testing and improving current OS version – Creators update. They promised a bunch of big changes. However, lots of them were postponed to the next year, such as Windows 10 Timeline feature.  Despite this fact, the company prepares numerous new features, such as Windows Mixed Reality  and People integration.
Besides, Microsoft and Amazing trying to teach Cortana and Alexa to communicate with each other. Therefore, two assistance programs should allow users to use their both features despite what device they are using. For instance, with the help of Cortana, you will be able to schedule your tasks via the Amazon Echo.
The new People Integration feature allows pinning your contacts to the taskbar
If you are following news about Windows and Microsoft’s ambitions, you might remember that contact integration feature was supposed to be included into Creators Update. However, this feature was delayed. But finally, we are going to see and test it after a half a month.
My People feature will let people contact people easier by offering these features:
- Pinning the most important contacts to your taskbar in order to reach them quickly and easily.
- View multiple communication applications at the same time.
- Choose your preferred default chat program.
Besides, Microsoft also announced new features for Gmail users in Windows 10 Mail and Calendar applications. Since now the majority of features and improvements in this field were used for Outlook and Office 365 users. However, Gmail users finally get the chance to take advantage of OS. The upcoming updates offer to sync Gmail email, calendar, and contact to Microsoft Cloud.
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will include eye-tracking support
No matter how entertaining eye-tracking feature might seem, it’s actually created for a more wider purpose. Microsoft did not forget about users with disabilities and had been working on the feature that would help people who suffer from neuromuscular diseases and disabilities.
This function will let people control Windows 10 without mouse or keyboard. It might sound surreal, but users will be able to launch apps by gazing at them. However, the new Windows feature, called Dubbed Eye Control, will require the hardware, such as Tobii’s Eye Tracker 4C.
However, Tobii and Microsoft has been working on this feature for a while. Finally, the built-in feature will see they daylight later this autumn.