Mixed reality has always been on Microsoft's radar, as earlier this year, it introduced Paint 3D.
But while there's quite a lot being added, the eagerly anticipated Timeline feature is not going to make it in time for this particular update. Then on Friday at IFA 2017 in Berlin, Microsoft confirmed that the Fall Creators Update will start to roll out to mainstream users globally starting October 17.
As always, there are Windows Defender improvements to keep your system more secure, and there are accessibility improvements as well.
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Microsoft says that it has "reimagined" the Photos app to "deliver remixed experiences for telling your stories with photos, videos, music, 3D, and, even inking".
While the HoloLens, which is aimed at developers and used by NASA and Audi among others, costs thousands of pounds, the new headsets and motion controller bundle will be priced at £399.
The Explorer ships in October, and the pricing will seem very familiar if you've read about other WMR headsets. Asus won't be able to release its own Mixed Reality headset until Spring 2018.
Speaking of Lenovo, its PR team isn't popular with Microsoft at the moment, after they managed to put out a release with the Update launch date ahead of Myerson's announcement.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators update arrives on October 17. That may sound impossible but there's one caveat: On iOS and Android the feature is powered by SwiftKey (that's the keyboard app Microsoft acquired for $250 million last year), so you'll need to have that app installed in order to use the feature.