Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has started to finally roll out for windows user and will be available to all compatible devices.
This news came in from John Cable, Director of Program Management, Windows Servicing and Delivery, written in a blog post stating the release of the Fall Creator Update (Version 1709) available to all Windows 10 devices worldwide. In its initial release in October 2017, Fall Creators Update was the fastest to reach 100 million devices in a short span of time. Since now the company has decided to roll out the full phase after receiving such an overwhelming response from its users.
Last week we had also seen some security flaws like the Meltdown and Spectre, a new class of critical vulnerabilities which has quietly emerged as a global security concern. Now, this rapidly highlights the importance of having devices running on the latest Windows 10 feature updates.
Windows has provided some latest security protection to its update but this will not be sufficient enough to be fully protected. You will need to install the related firmware updates from the device manufacturer.
For those who are running the older versions like the Anniversary update (Version 1607) or the Creator update (1703) will see a reminder that feature update is ready to install. You can schedule the right time: just pick a time that works best for you or set a new reminder for tomorrow. If you’re running an even older version of Windows 10.
For receiving the latest version of the Windows 10 and keeping your devices up to date you will need to set your current update setting to automatic. To enable automatic updates, go to Windows Update> Advanced options> Choose how updates are installed to make sure they are turned on for you.
For those of you who haven’t received any Windows, update notification can check into your setting by going to Settings >Windows updates >Check for updates. Well keeping your device up to date will enhance the protection of your device from any malicious attacks.