After months of testing, the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is now available to install. As was the case with the Creators Update, Microsoft is rolling the update out slowly, with newer systems set to get it first.
There’s a good chance you won’t be offered the download immediately -- it might take months in fact -- but you will be able to manually update your system from now if you want.
Highlights of the new feature update include a tweaked interface with Fluent Design elements, OneDrive Files On-Demand, My People, the ability to link iPhones and Android devices to Windows 10, numerous improvements to Cortana, the Action Center, and Microsoft Edge, better security and privacy options, new emoji, Mixed Reality functionality, and more.
While it’s prudent to wait until you’re offered the OS update (you can check to see if it's available by going to Settings > Update & security > Windows Update) and clicking or tapping on Check for Updates) if you want it now, you can do so through Microsoft’s Media Creation Tool.
If you do install it, let us know what you think of the update in the comments below.