Windows 10 Fall Creators Update part 2 of the april Creators update.
Build 2017 is the announcement of the aptly (if inelegantly) named Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The update, presumably shipping in September, fills in some of the promised pieces that went missing in April’s Windows 10 Creators Update and adds fresh features designed to help you get more done, no matter what device you’re using.
Microsoft revealed four key features of the Fall Creators Update at Build 2017. Timeline captures everything you’re doing on a PC at a given moment, letting you jump back into apps and files easily. Clipboard lets you use the cloud to copy and paste across devices (even though basic copy-pasting is unreliable at best on Windows 10). OneDrive on Demand mimics Windows 8.1’s OneDrive placeholders, showing online-only files in your local file system. Finally, “pick up where you left off,” originally teased for April’s update, allows you to seamlessly continue editing files as you hop among devices.