Revealed Thursday at the company’s Build conference in Seattle, set the next major version of the operating system to fill in some of the missing pieces lamented in March’s Creators Update, and it makes it easier to work across multiple Windows devices.
Microsoft Story Remix, an app designed to automatically combine photos and videos together with a soundtrack, theme, and cinematic transitions.
Finally, Microsoft will add SuSE Linux and Fedora Linux as part of the Windows Linux subsystem, available via the Windows Store. All the new features will be presented with a subtle interface change known as the Fluent Design System, previously called Project Neon.
Microsoft also revealed that 300 million people use Windows 10 daily, a different usage metric to consider next to the 500 million Windows 10 devices the company revealed previously.
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