What’s New Coming in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update?

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  1. I have read initially the new features of the upcoming Windows Fall Creators update, and sad to say Mixed Reality will not be available to “”old” laptop/computers, e.g. intel core i3, which I have on my Acer E5-471P… but am looking forward to all new features this coming 17Oct2017.

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  2. I am old and all of the new changes are overwhelming me. I don’t understand them and will never use most of these. What happens if I don’t upgrade to the Fall Creator’s update.

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    • I’m afraid that you don’t have that option. You will be more or less “forced” to upgrade for security reasons. You don’t have to use any of the new features; Windows 10 is still Windows 10. You can keep on using it after the upgrade like it never happened. The main structure of the OS remains the same.

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  3. All of the new possibilities are really for professional users. I have already had to learn so much for Windows 10 and Office 356, that I am fed up with changes. Also my old Lap Top, which has gone from Windows XP, to Windows 7, to Windows 10 and Office365, is groaning under all the changes, and also I. I am not interested in Games. Just happy with Mail, Word 2016, Excell2016, and Power Point 2016. Already to work with Power Point 2016, (my hobby) took hours, as Ihad to convert one by one pps , saved in an earlier format, one by one, so that I could run them. I have only found one real improvement in Windows 10, and that was that I could correct my spelling in various languages, and write directly to mail, instead of, as in Windows 7 having to write in Word and then copy it into the mail. I am far too much an amateur to appreciate the new possibilities in Creators. With each new thing that Microsoft has brought out, there have been new problems to solve, which sometimes have taken hours. At least now the Photo program works andI can edit photos. Sorry I am such a dummy, but I am no loner 20 years old.

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  4. I am currently running Windows 10 1703 (15063.608) Version. The calculator already have currency conversion ability. How come it is new in Fall Update

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  5. All sounds nice. But it sounds like a lot of stuff and more confusion. A lot of us Senior Citizens won’t use a lot of it. It is more for the Young to Middle age groups.

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