Windows 10 Will Be Having The Creators Update Soon: Here's A Look At The Good & The Bad Things That It Will Offer
Windows is a familiar name to many of the world's PC owners. Microsoft's operating system (OS) has been with us since the dawn of computers. Luckily, most of us have been able to witness how it evolved from Windows 98 to Windows 10.
Talking about Windows, the latest version of the OS is going to add some updates in the future. Apparently, it'll add updates that will bring in good news and bad news for many of its users.
Windows 10: The Bad News
It's not a new thing when we are talking about how Windows updates itself daily. Most users would agree that the updates are one of the OS' worst part, especially automatic ones. The bad news? Microsoft has suddenly decided to do the updates despite metered connections.
The new feature is sure to frustrate many users, and many will not be happy about the update. Windows 7 and Windows 8 owners are likely not going to upgrade anytime soon.
According to Microsoft, executing an up-to-date OS is more important than user control. Even the argument of having metered connections did not deter the company to do what they want.
Regardless of the internet connection, Windows will still continue with the automatic updates. Raising the possibility of increasing your monthly bill (using a metered connection).
Windows 10: The Good News
Despite the bad news, Microsoft will always find a way to appease millions of its customers. In fact, the good news will probably put a smile on each of our faces.
Windows 10's Creators Update will be adding a game-changing feature on April 11. Microsoft will introduce the "Playable Ads" feature to the operating system.
The new feature will allow Windows 10 users to try apps before buying them. The cool part is it will allow users to do this without even installing the app/game. You'll be able to stream the app for 3 minutes before deciding to buy it.
That's pretty neat, right? At least Microsoft is doing everything to make things easier for us. Stay tuned for more updates.