We hope you enjoyed this week’s episode of This Week on Windows, where we’re talking about the new Surface Book 2 and everything in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update! Head over here to read more about this week’s news, check out the Surface Book 2, or, find out what’s new in the Fall Creators Update.

In case you missed it:

 Fujitsu headset

This week at an event, Fujitsu announced their first Windows Mixed Reality headset with Motion Controllers, as well as the new LIFEBOOK AH-MR/B3 PC, both designed to bring new immersive entertainment experiences to customers in Japan. The Fujitsu Windows Mixed Reality headset is designed to run Windows Mixed Reality in either 60 Hz or 90 Hz. The headset includes two 2.9 inch LCD panels with a resolution of 1440 x 1440 per eye and refresh rate of up to 90Hz and also offers a 100 degree field of view and the visor can flipped upwards to provide quick access to the real world. We’re excited to welcome Fujitsu to the Windows Mixed Reality family! To learn more about this announcement, visit Fujitsu’s Facebook page.

Here’s what’s new in the Windows Store:

 Happy Hallowdays

Spook up your Halloween with this Collection of terrifying games, chilling entertainment, and haunting apps – on sale now through Oct. 31, 2017.

The Dark Tower

The fate of worlds lies with the last Gunslinger (Idris Elba), the only one who can defend the Dark Tower – which holds the universe together – from the Man in Black (Matthew McConaughey). Watch good and evil collide in The Dark Tower ($14.99 HD/SD), based on the best-selling book series by Stephen King. Get it now in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store, two full weeks before it comes to Blu-ray!


For a shattering combo of racing and rhythm games, Thumper ($19.99) sets a new bar, with classic rhythm action, blistering speed and brutal physicality. You are a space beetle, screaming down an endless track and crashing through punishing obstacles with simple, airtight controls.

Have a great weekend!

Updated October 20, 2017 11:20 am

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