The Windows 10 Anniversary Update will reportedly be rolled out to mobile devices by August 2. According to Windows Blog, it is Microsoft?s way of thanking users who have upgraded around 350 million devices to Windows 10.
One of the top offerings in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is the additional security features. Windows 10 is said to be Microsoft?s most secure version as it carries premium security protection from over 250 million online threats that take place every day.
Available for the first time in the Anniversary Update, Windows Ink brings the power of Windows to the tip of a pen. With this innovation, graphic artists can now express themselves more freely, musicians can write digital music, documents can be edited with more detail, and mathematical equations can be computed all directly onto a Windows 10 device.
After first introducing it in the Windows Phone, the Cortana personal digital assistant will now be carried to PCs with Windows 10. It will also reportedly be available on Xbox One very soon. The Windows 10 Anniversary Update will also release an improved version of it that can more easily send helpful information throughout the day. ?
Significant improvements have also been made for the Microsoft Edge browser, which has reportedly been enhanced with additional security measures to protect against online threats. Users can now also maximize their device?s battery life and get easier access. ?
Windows 10 devices can now make use of new educational tools for the modern classroom, with packages going for as low as $179.
Lastly, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will also introduce new features for Xbox One and the Xbox app on Windows 10. Aside from the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Xbox users also got excited with reports that Xbox One Preview members will already get to have access to the first pre-release version of a summer update.
Rumors about the Windows 10 Anniversary Update was first reported in May, with claims that it will be released this July. Reports began when a presentation that was seemingly intended for Microsoft?s Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC 2016) was released online prior to the event.