Microsoft announces Windows 10 Creators Update focussing on Xbox Live gaming and 3D

Microsoft has announced that its next Windows 10 update will be arriving in spring 2017. The update is aimed at clubbing creativity with productivity.

By: Tech Desk | Updated: October 27, 2016 8:58 am

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Microsoft has announced its next Windows 10 update will be arriving in spring 2017. The update is aimed at clubbing creativity with productivity.

Microsoft’s next update is called “Windows 10 Creators Update” and will make 3D accessible for Everyone. Microsoft says Windows 10 is already running on over 400 million devices and the update will be available for free to users next spring. Microsoft is pitching the update as a world where people will be able to transform their world into 3D with the new update.

With Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft is also announcing new Paint 3D app. Microsoft is reviving Paint with 3D abilities allowing users to scan objects in 3D using a traditional smartphone and then scaling that in 3D using Paint. Microsoft says Paint has over 100 million monthly active users and with Paint 3D, the app will only democratise 3D experience across the platform.

Microsoft is also making game broadcasting easier with Windows 10. With Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft is building Beam right into Windows – allowing Xbox gamers to broadcast their gameplay directly from their Xbox live account. Microsoft is also allowing Windows 10 Creators Update users to create their own tournaments using Arena on Xbox Live. Microsoft is also bringing Bitstream audio pass-thru with Dolby Atmos support to Xbox Blue-ray with Creators Update.

Microsoft is making sharing on Windows fast and easier with the Creators update. With Creators Update, Microsoft is adding a new people bar to the taskbar for quick access to favourite people right from Skype, Mail or other choice apps. With Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft is making 3D, 4K gaming and Xbox broadcasting accessible for everyone.