Fast Ring Insider testers received the update to download in the past few days and have been trying out the new features of Microsoft’s flagship OS.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update brings with it changes to the Action Centre notification area, which now has a separate section for apps.
The Windows Phone keyboard will also be coming to PCs, with enhanced text prediction to the touch keyboard in Windows 10.
Voice commands can also be used for basic editing and punctuation as part of the new experience.
Users of the Edge browser are getting a brand new Full Screen Option (by hitting F11) and will be able to pin websites to the Taskbar.
While Microsoft have also added in new Cortana features, such as giving you reminders of upcoming events if you’ve taken a picture of the event’s poster and the voice assistant gets a new Lasso tool to circle relevant information on screen using a pen that supports Press and Hold.
By pressing the Windows and the full stop buttons, it will bring up the Emoji panel and you can quickly scroll through and pic the emoji you want.
The latest Windows 10 update, due out in a few months time, follows on from the most recent Creators Update in April.
It brought with major improvements to 3D modelling, virtual reality support and a new Game Mode for Windows 10 PCs that prioritised resources for games.
Windows 10 Creators Update is FINALLY here
Express.co.uk recently revealed that despite the Windows 10 free upgrade offer ending last year, you could STILL download it for free.
The official end for the free upgrade was July 29 2016.
However, if you are currently running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, you may still be able to upgrade to Windows 10 for nothing by following a few simple steps.
The Action Center will get a new look with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will let you pin websites to the taskbar from Microsoft Edge
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will also feature a new Emoji panel
After that has downloaded, people need to run the Media Creation Tool.
You can then choose ‘Upgrade this PC now’ if you have downloaded the Media Creation Tool onto the PC you want to upgrade and if you’re only upgrading one machine.