Microsoft finalizing the Fall Creators Update, with a mixed-reality teaser



Microsoft claims that it's now at the point of the development cycle for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update where the focus is on stabilization for release to the world.

And the “forked” builds improvements are the first of the new features slated for the Fall Creators Update, which is actually part of the “Skip Ahead” track.

Insiders who joined Skip Ahead, will continue to receive release builds from the RS_PRERELEASE branch, though it won’t be released at the same pace as builds from RS3_RELEASE. But when the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is released, Skip Ahead will be discontinued and all Insiders in the Fast ring will be moved back to the RS_PRERELEASE branch for RS4.

The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update with its Insiders (Build 16273) brings a new mixed-reality mode, and the chance to try out Windows 10 S; even an all new first OpenType Variable Font Bahnschrift.

Microsoft pitched mixed-reality hardware at its Build developer conferences, and now the Insider Build 16273 brings the new feature: mixed-reality support for View 3D.

While you can edit scenes within the Paint 3D app itself, you can also export them to View 3D for viewing. The Paint 3D comes as a rather fun 3D content-creation tool for designing your own 3D dioramas in Windows 10.

Additionally, you can add the Emoji bot to Windows’ My People experience for Insiders, and message it with the word “test” and it will send you emoji that will pop up on your screen.
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