As the name tells, the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be coming this fall. The update is expected to come with improved features such as built-in AI (which helps to fight malware), handwriting recognition, new Cortana features, among others.
By Microsoft’s schedule, the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update should come this September; however, according to a report from PCWorld, the update might not come until October 17. PCWorld reported that Lenovo, a PC hardware maker, had earlier published the October 17 release date for the Fall Creators Update on the product page for its soon-to-be-released Lenovo Miix 520, before deleting the page.
And to confirm the release date, the Engadget team claimed they have contacted Microsoft for comments, but at the time of this publication, no response has been received. Nevertheless, it is believed that the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will come in September, October, or November as the months are the fall months.