With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update now rolling out to PCs worldwide, it’s a good time to demeanour during some of what’s new and improved, and what’s not.
With that in mind, Computerworld‘s Windows expert, Preston Gralla, offers adult his thoughts after spending time with a updated OS for his new review.
It’s not a many sparkling Windows refurbish to come along, Gralla tells Computerworld Executive Editor Ken Mingis. But it does offer a audience of softened confidence features, along with improved OneDrive formation for record entrance on demand.
Both of those facilities get a thumbs-up from Gralla.
On a downside, there’s…Edge. The company’s browser continues to slide, losing belligerent especially to Google Chrome. That alone should have been adequate inducement for Microsoft to try and accelerate a browser with some-more (and better) extensions. But it didn’t.
That, and a miss of continuity/handoff facilities like those Apple offers for Macs and iOS devices, are disappointments in what is altogether a plain Windows 10 upgrade. Those shortcomings get dual thumbs down.
The final verdict? Despite those missed opportunities, Gralla pronounced Fall Creators Update stays a inestimable refurbish since of a confidence improvements alone.
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