Windows 10 is about to receive its first major update since its release last June. The update, called “Threshold 2” is for both the PC and Mobile versions of Windows 10 and it is said to feature improvements to the graphical interface of the OS and new icons, as well new universal apps for Skype and Messenger.
Also Microsoft’s new Internet browser called “Edge” which has been launched along with Windows 10 will also get updates which include among others a MiraCast option directly baked within the browser.
The first major update is rumoured to start rolling out on November 10th and given in mind that since its release Windows 10 has been installed on 120 million computers worldwide. For those who have opted out for the Windows Insider program are poised to get the update next week.