According to an anonymous source, on Tuesday morning, Nov 10, Microsoft will release the Threshold 2 (Fall Update) update for Windows 10 operating system. This update would include a lot of fixes and new changes in the user interface, changes that should have originally come up with the final version of Windows 10 but delayed for some reasons.

Windows 10: Threshold 2 Update will arrive Tomorrow 


These cosmetic changes include an additional column in the Metro Start menu, context menus are improved, and the title bar of the desktop application changes color to match the color theme of the system.

This update will also include a new messaging application with the application Skype Video, which will make Skype now as a native operating system application. The voice assistant Cortana will now be available in most markets. It was expected that the Microsoft Edge browser is also updated with the support of the extensions, but it seems that the extensions would have been delayed until next year.

Via: NextPowerUp