Windows 10 has officially started shipping, and we’ve got a bunch of exciting new features coming to the OS that we’re excited about.

While we’ve already seen some of these features at Computex, we can’t yet share those specifics.

However, we did receive a few new screenshots from Windows 10 that show off what we can expect in the coming months.

Here’s what you can expect.

FreeSync, which is a feature built into Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, allows you to enjoy a higher refresh rate.

We already know that the FreeSync feature will be available to all users in the Fall, and now we’ve also learned that it will be a feature that’s available on Windows 10 PCs.

When you’re in a high-resolution environment, the refresh rate will be significantly higher than the refresh rates that are used in mobile devices.

It’s worth noting that Windows 10 will also use a higher frame rate in certain areas.

This means that if you’re watching a 1080p video, it might take longer to get the full effect of the refresh, but it’s much more likely to look crisp and clear on high-res screens.

Another new feature that Windows will be rolling out to users in September is the Windows Store.

The Store will be an integral part of the Windows 10 OS, and will provide a way for users to easily access content, search for apps, and access their favorite games and apps.

You’ll also be able to install additional software on your PC from within the Windows app, and you’ll be able create a new app in the Windows store if you want to install some additional software.

Windows 10 users will also be the first to get Cortana, a voice-activated assistant that can do a number of things, including automatically installing apps.

Microsoft will be providing more information about how Windows 10 is integrating Cortana into the OS in the future.

Microsoft is also working on new hardware and software that will make Windows 10 more useful for gamers.

The company is bringing the Surface Pro 4 to Windows 10, and the company is also planning on releasing a variety of new Surface Pro tablets.

We’ll be looking at all of these products in the next few months, and if you have any feedback on what you think Microsoft is doing to bring the Windows experience to the next level, please leave a comment.

If you’ve been waiting for a Windows 10 update that you can get, now’s your chance.

The release of Windows 10 11 Creators Update will be happening on September 20th, but the company isn’t saying when it will arrive.

We also haven’t heard anything about a date for the Creators Program Update, but we will continue to update this article as more information becomes available.

We can’t wait to see what’s coming to Windows in September.