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Microsoft rolls out Window 10 update, available For Testing and Download

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Microsoft, as previously expected starts rolling out the upgraded version of its Window 10 and announces it with clusters of improvements and additions. As expected, Microsoft at its ‘What’s next for Windows 10’ event, held in New York on Wednesday made a number of proclamations including the launch of a new all-in-one Surface Studio, an upgraded Surface Book, alongside a fresh updated version of its standard Windows 10, called ‘Windows 10 Creators Update’.

Along with these declarations, a new version of the 3D Paint app also made its debut in the event of Microsoft which was long-expected to get an update. Microsoft has never lagged behind in bringing new updates for its existing apps and services and Window 10, the current OS of the company was long-rumoured to get an update.

In a previous press release, the tech giant publicised the report of arranging a new official event which was tagged with the slogan “‘what’s next for Windows 10” and as per the expectations, the company serves all those stuff to the table.

However, the biggest highlight of the event was the launch of the 3D Paint App, which Microsoft quoted with “vision for bringing 3D to everyone.” The modernized 3D Paint app for Windows 10 is intended to make the creation of 3D object easier across a number of gadgets including PCs, Laptops, and Smartphones. Currently, Microsoft is has put the 3D Print app in testing mode for the Windows Insiders, and the release version is just an early module of Paint 3D.

With 3D print app, users can create 3D objects with the use of smartphone camera. As per the announcement of Microsoft, this new 3D Print feature will soon be offered on smartphones running on Windows 10. However, the users of iOS and Android will have to wait for some more time to get the update. Microsoft has listed the 3D Print app in the Windows Store to download and install. However, the users, who want to get the 3D Print App on their devices, need to have Windows 10 Creators Update.

In an official blog post, Megan Saunders, the General Manager, Windows Experiences Group mentioned, “the new 3D Print App is designed to snap a real object through the camera, convert it to 3D format, tidy up it in Paint 3D App, and published it in social media or online. With the new app, Microsoft is willing to make the creation of 3D objects easier and effortless.

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