In the coming weeks.. Microsoft’s users will receiveWindows 10 Spring Creators Update. And it has plenty of features. Including new fonts, redesigned keyboard settings page and faster pairing for Bluetooth devices.
There’s also the long-awaited Timeline feature which lists all previews of all your apps in chronological order. Allowing users to quickly jump back to a previously used app.
And the Microsoft Edge browser gets autofill cards, an enhanced reading view. Clutter-free printing, and a new improved Hub View that displays more content.
Elsewhere, Cloud Clipboard will allow Windows 10 users to copy items on one computer, and paste it on another.
Microsoft’s army of loyal fans will welcome these new options . But there’s another big bonus feature which could be hugely popular.
Microsoft will now allow users to instantly delete all diagnostic data that the firm has collected on a device.
Once upgraded to the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update you’ll find this option in (Settings > Privacy > Diagnostics & Feedback).
Along with these software upgrades there’s also good news for anyone wanting to download and install the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update.
In the past, upgrading to Windows 10 software has often been a laborious task especially as it can mean a users’ PC is out of action whilst the system updates itself.
Microsoft says it has listened to its customers and is now making this upgrade a lot smoother.
Microsoft says that most of the update will be done while the user is online.