Microsoft Windows 10 receiving the updates in this fall with providing batter control over the apps. The updates are specially for the third party apps that are connected to the hardware and the software of the device. Third party app such as Camera in Windows 10, is now turns to more secure as compare to its launch from couple of years ago.

According to the rumors mill, the Microsoft will roll out the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update in this October with the improved privacy options for a user. Microsoft put all the news of the update in its a blog post saying that the users will get more access over the third party apps such as webcam, microphone, calendar, or contacts and the users will able to get control over to access and best protection against the security. The user can decree to privacy options even in the Control Panel.

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Moreover, a user permission is required to get access over the apps to download from the official Windows Store. The fall updates of the Windows will be more customize when we talk about the apps seeking access to location, no one app can be downloaded without the permission of the user. The users will see a dialogue box on the screen appearing the permission to get access over the location required by the third party apps.

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Microsoft says that:

The current app settings and preferences (including the resources they have access to) will be retained when a user upgrades the computer to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. But moving forward, every app will have to seek permission.

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