Microsoft is gearing up to release its first major Windows 10 update in November. It will include a host of fixes and changes to elements of the user interface, according to reports.
First reported by Paul Thurrot and confirmed by The Verge, Microsoft will distribute the Windows 10 update, codename Threshold 2 (TH2) next month. The update will bring some aesthetic changes to the user interface including coloured title bars for desktop apps, enhancements in the Media Creation Tool and improvements to context menus.
The new Skype Messaging and Video apps are also expected to be part of the Windows 10 update along with additional Cortana capabilities.
Windows Update will take care of the update install and since it’s not a full build install, users won’t have to reactivate Windows afterwards.