Microsoft have confirmed that their latest operating system Windows 10 will receive a new update early November. This will include a number of UI and fixes that were originally planned for the release version Windows 10, including coloured title bars for desktop apps, improved context menus and an extra column of live tiles in your start menu. Also included will be Messaging and Skype Video apps that bring native Skype calling and messaging to the OS.
Much expected extensions for Microsoft Edge will not be included in the November update however, as they are now planned for another update sometime next year.
Other features have also been rumored in a report from Paul Thurrott, who claims he has a “trusted source.” You can check out his report over on thurrott.com.