Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creators Update features 802.11ad Wi-Fi
Microsoft is making moves to include faster download speeds for Wi-Fi connectivity by using the 60 GHz channel. In addition to this, Microsoft will also implement superior bandwidth to help reach this goal. These changes will be part of new support for the 802.11ad protocol. According to announcements made by Microsoft at the WinHEC event which took place not long ago in China, this feature will be part of the Creators Update.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 was introduced as the last version of Windows to ever come out, with the company focusing instead on releasing new updates to Windows 10 periodically to keep it in tip-top shape. Both small and big updates are scheduled for the operating system going forward.
After the Anniversary Edition, the Creators Update is the next major installment in Microsoft’s series of updates. The hot topic of discussion in the tech world for the last couple of months of 2016, the Creators Update has been previewed quite a few times and it looks like we now get to check out another of its features that will be available in the coming months.
Between the announcements made at WinHEC and the very recently held CES event, tech-savvy users have a lot to be hyped about.
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