Windows 10 Creators Update Adds Update Tab And Night Mode

By   /   Jan 10, 2017
Windows 10 Creators Update

It seems that Microsoft is sticking to the concept of Windows being a service rather than a product and the company is bringing subtle updates to the OS as time goes by. The next upcoming update is the Windows 10 Creators Update that will be targeting content creators and gamers.

We talked about how the Windows 10 Creators Update will feature game mode and how you will be able to opt out of driver updates. Now it seems that Windows 10 Creators Update will also feature update tabs and night mode.

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Windows 10 Creators Update brings tab previews for the Edge browser, this might now be something new as we have already seen this with the Opera browser but this will be helpful to the people that actually use the default browser. A new build has been released to the Windows Insiders and there are small surprises.

Windows 10 Creators Update

The Edge browser also blocks Flash content and you will have to click in order to play. Night mode makes colors less catchy and stressful for the eyes when you are in a dark room. This would be a good feature for people that work at night or like to keep up late and do some internet surfing.

With the upcoming update gamers will be able to record gameplay and stream it to streaming platforms as well as share their moments with friends. It is nice to see that Microsoft is giving gamers and content creators some importance as well. Gamers are loyal to the Windows platform after all.

Windows 10 Creators Update will be coming out soon and it will feature some new features for gamers and content creators. While insiders are getting it sooner, other people will have to wait a while before the update goes live. What do you think about the Windows 10 Creators Update so far?

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