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Windows 10’s next update is ‘Autumn Creators Update’ in the UK and elsewhere

The Verge Monday, 17 July 2017
Windows 10’s next update is ‘Autumn Creators Update’ in the UK and elsewhereMicrosoft is planning to adjust the name of its Windows 10 Fall Creators Update in the UK and elsewhere to Autumn Creators Update. Windows Central has spotted that Microsoft now refers to the fall update as “Autumn Creators Update” on its UK dedicated site. While the German and French versions still refer to it as Fall Creators Update, India has also switched to using Autumn Creators Update.

The name change is an obvious way to avoid confusion in the UK. British Windows 10 users will be more familiar with autumn than fall, the American way to describe the season that marks the transition from summer sunshine to wet winter weather. Brits particularly hate seeing “Favorites” instead of “Favourites” in apps, and Microsoft has typically...
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