Tag Archives: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
[German]Just a note for users of a Windows 10 N version: Microsoft has released the Media Feature Pack for the Windows 10 N Fall Creators Update (version 1709). The Media Feature Pack is required to use certain features.
[German]With the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, two problems may occur after installation or upgrade: Apps are listed in the Start menu with English names, and some tiles have an arrow
[German]Some users of Windows 10 (Fall Creators Update) are facing a strange issue. The store did not work anymore. After launching the app, an error message occurs, reporting a wrong layout for manifest. Addendum: An Store app update has fixed … Continue reading
[German]Microsoft has released Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (Version 1709) on October 17, 2017. Within the following the FAQ I would like to answer some questions (how long does the rollout take, how do I get the update directly etc.).
[German]It seems that Microsoft kicks the Windows Media Player (WMP) out of the list of installed features in the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators update. If you need the player, you have to re-install it later.
[German]Users upgrading an existing Windows 10 to the current build 16299 of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update may receiving the (wrong) system info, that they are now working with Windows 10 S.
Microsoft has launched a Survey for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The company like to find out about the favorites of Windows 10 users. Users may vote for three features (most favorite, second favorite, third favorite) and submit by September … Continue reading
[German]Microsoft has announced a few hours ago, on IFA 2017 in Berlin (September 1, 2017), the global availability of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update starts on October 17, 2017.
[German]It seems that Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, expected in September or October 2017, is ‘feature complete’ or more precise ‘feature locked’. Here are a few more details.
It’s probably a good news for Windows 10 users. Whilst current versions of Windows 10 doesn’t provide EMET Anti Exploit features, it seems that Microsoft intends to add that to the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.