Microsoft announced that a newer version of the fall maker of Windows 10 has been pushed and can be upgraded by any device in the world that supports the system.
Windows 10 Fall Creativity Update released on October 17 last year, took three months to push finished, but according to Microsoft's latest statement, it is all versions of Windows 10, the user volume exceeded 100 million fastest.
Microsoft also underlined the need to upgrade the latest version of the system in order to avoid security crises such as the WannaCry ransomware virus and Meltdown / Specter loopholes.
January 18, Windows 10 Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition will also open the fall update, of course, except LTSB version.
Microsoft also said that the official ISO image for fall updates will be released by the end of this month.
Next, Microsoft's focus shifts to the fifth major update to Windows 10, "Redstone 4", expected to be completed in March and released in April.