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The rumors[edit]

Hello

It appears you have heard the rumor about "Autumn Creators Update" but have not heard Microsoft's denial.

Anyway, the deal is: The next Windows 10 update will be called "Fall Creators Update" across the entire world. No "Autumn".

Best regards,
Codename Lisa (talk) 05:03, 26 July 2017 (UTC)

Please get into the habit of leaving edit summaries[edit]

Hi!

  • It's good practice to always leave a short comment about what work we did in the edit summary (the text entry field just above the Save page and Show preview buttons).
This helps other editors tell at a glance what you have done. Sometimes, without an edit summary, your work may be considered thoughtless or belligerent, and be undone.

Whatever you choose, happy editing! Face-smile.svg Fred Gandt · talk · contribs 00:56, 30 July 2017 (UTC)

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