Microsoft on Wednesday announced the Windows 10 Creators Update will be arriving April 11.
Some of the notable additions coming with the update include 3D for Everyone and Mixed Reality. 3D for Everyone will let you turn random 2D images into really cool 3D images. You can see some of the samples from Remix3D in the link down below. Mixed Reality lets users explore expansive virtual worlds through enabled headsets from companies like Asus, Dell, Lenovo and HP.
The update will also include a safer and faster Edge browser, better interaction within Beam, Microsoft’s streaming video platform, and a slew of other minor security and privacy updates to the operating system. Also coming with the update is night light and mini view. Night light is similar to Apple’s Night Shift, which also just arrived to the Mac, warming the blue light emitted from the screen to reduce wear on your vision and help you sleep better. Mini view is an ever-present mini window on top of what you’re doing. Whether it’s a productivity service like Skype or having Netflix on in the background, that is up to you.
The Windows 10 Creators Update was originally unveiled during Microsoft’s October event in which the Surface Studio and Dial were announced.
Some other things Microsoft announced
Microsoft also took the opportunity to announce that the Surface Book and Surface Studio are going to be available for preorder in new markets starting today and will available for purchase starting April 20. The new markets include Australia, Canada and New Zealand.