Microsoft finally started rolling out its major Windows 10 update which you are anxiously waiting to experience now on compatible desktop PCs, laptops and others. Released the latest and greatest version of Windows 10 to all devices to grab via its accessible Windows Update service.
You can now download Windows 10 Creators Update and perform the upgrade yourself that brings wit it a privacy dial and much more. Here’s the guide to all you need to know about Windows 10 Creators Update OTA.
Promising a wealth of new additions and upgrades, Windows 10 Creators Update looks to be a vital download for all users, offering many improvements to the existing software. Today’s release marks the biggest upgrade to Windows 10 since the launch of the Anniversary Update last autumn.
Creators Update brings a wide range of new inclusions, tools and upgrade to your software with a particular focus on the media and design industries. The Redmond-based firm had initially announced that current date would be the day when the official iteration would take place, and also that eager device owners could eventually force a download and install of the Creators Update a week early using the Windows 10 Update Assistant should they see fit.
Now, rolling out of Windows 10 Creators Update – complete with a privacy dialogue box – shown by default to all users. Microsoft says “the first phase will target newer devices … we will then expand the Creators Update release to additional devices based on the feedback.” However, the process will take “several months”, but if you are impatient, you can upgrade immediately using the newly released Update Assistant.
Windows 10 Mobile also being updated, though with rollout for phones beginning April 25. For those that didn’t take that option, the official Creators Update (version 1703, build 15063) is also in the process of a staged rollout right now through the usual Windows Update.
The latest version of Microsoft’s Windows 10 gave millions of PC owners something of a treat during the third quarter of last year with the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, but it’s back again, as even bigger and better this time, with the rollout of the wonderful Creators Update, bringing a ton of new functions to users and once device owners install it can admit to look forward to.
The update tool will let you upgrade your computer to Windows 10 Creators Update, and if you’re looking to perform a clean install rather than upgrading your current installation, simply and easily select the Media Creator Tool at this link.
The Creators Update not only recognizes Microsoft’s dedication to progressing Windows 10 and making it a more enjoyable and usable experience for all global users, but again, also instantly introduces a heap of new additions that end-users can interact with and take advantage of directly.
There is something for everyone to enjoy in the update, prmarily through the all-new Paint 3D app, which looks to make using 3D modeling technology easier than ever before. With the introduction of 3D version of Paint, allowing anyone create, capture, and view creations in an entirely new dimension. Gaming is also given an important role inside the update, with Microsoft introducing built-in 4K gaming, Beam-broadcasting, Game Mode, and people-generated Arena tournaments.
Other features and functionality includes the picture-in-picture and Night Light features built right in as well, which will tweak your hardware for a smoother and more enjoyable gaming experience. Security has also been beefed up, with a new Windows Defender Security Center will ensure that users are very much protected by default and continuously protected, Microsoft says.
Of course, there’s much, much more to uncover when you install and dive into the inner workings of the Creators Update. Mobile users will get a separate download ISO link of the software, with Microsoft confirming that the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update will begin rolling out on April 25th. Those only 13 devices will get the update, according to the recent report, such as the flagship Lumia 950 and 950 XL, with the Lumia 650, 640, 640 XL, and 550 models all eligible too.
How to install Windows 10 Creators Update via Windows Update:
All Windows 10 users have been able to force download the Windows 10 Creators Update for the last few days, but it’s also officially rolling out now. From today, PC users will begin seeing prompts to upgrade their devices to Windows 10 Creators Update thanks to Microsoft’s existing automatic updates program. Pop-up windows should start appearing soon asking you when you would like to install the update.
If the platform hasn’t actually provided you with a prompt to download and install Windows 10 Creators update yet, then you can choose to get it through to your machine by heading to Settings (Windows Key + I) > Update & Security > Windows Update.
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