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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update launch date leaked by Lenovo


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Microsoft may be keeping the official launch date of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update under wraps, but its partners aren’t so shy. In an IFA press release, Lenovo leaked the Windows 10 FCU’s official ship date: October 17

Lenovo made its disclosures as part of a footnote within the press release announcing the Miix 520, a professional two-in-one PC with support for far-field, standby Cortana recognition, a feature which “requires Windows 10 Fall Creators Update which will automatically update starting October 17, 2017,” the company said.

A 2D/3D WorldView camera included in the tablet also requires the Windows 10 FCU, the company said, and again listed the Oct. 17 date.

The date is significant, if only because Microsoft told its customers in April that it would hew to a strict schedule of semiannual release dates, specifically in March and September

“We’ve... heard our customers want more predictability and simplicity from this update servicing model to help make deployments and updates of Microsoft products easier,” Bernando Caldas, the general manager of Windows Commercial Marketing, wrote in a blog post


Microsoft had not responded to a request for comment by press time.


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That may be the case, but the latest Microsoft data says it's version 1709. In this case, 1709 refers to the year 2017, and to the ninth month, what is the September.
It's true, they spoke about the Windows Server then. So, maybe Lenovo will begin  install it in October.

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