You can now download Windows 10 Creator Update ISO files of RTM 1703 build 15063 right away, as Microsoft hasn’t officially confirmed it as the final Creators Update, though. Rather, the software giant today made the large-scale changes and improvements to Windows 10, available to PC and device owners around the world via manual invocation a week earlier than the official April 11 release date.
It is only three days since Windows 10 Creators Update Build 15063 arrived on the Fast ring, which was the same build thrown to Insiders on the Slow ring as well, fueling understandable speculation that this could well be the final build. Microsoft is due to release the update in April, and a leaked Update Assistant tool shows that Build 15063 is indeed the RTM build number.
Those, however, are fortunate individuals who find themselves in the position of owning a Windows 10-powered PC, or alternative device running the latest version of Windows, looking further to the release of the so-called Creators Update ever since it was officially announced by the Redmond-based firm late last year.
The software giant also took the opportunity to announce that the Creators Update would be officially available as part of Patch Tuesday this coming April 11th. Much to the delight of users, that would also be available as a manual download seven days early. That manual installation is available now.
ISOs for Windows 10 build 15063 which is the RTM for the upcoming Creators Update, also referred to as “Version 1703” made an appearance on Microsoft’s severs prior to its initial launch. From a features perspective, the Windows 10 Creators Update is an impressive one. Firstly, it introduces “3D for everyone” with the introduction of the new Pain 3D app allowing the simple creation of 3D objects from a blank canvas.
That 3D experience is also accompanied by updates which instantly blurs the line between the physical and virtual worlds, with companies like ASUS, Acer, and Dell creating headset-enabled Mixed Reality experiences on the back of that Windows update. Creators Update build 15063 has been confirmed as the final version of Windows 10. Download ISO build 15063 images now, if you’re looking to upgrade early and feel comfortable.
As Microsoft is also taking the opportunity to improve the Microsoft Edge experience with faster and safer browsing, making it a de-facto standard for Windows 10 Internet browsing. Looking to upgrade early by downloading an ISO file then you can simply mount the file in Windows 10’s File Explorer and run the setup.exe to get the latest Creators Update. More experienced Windows players will also be able to use the ISO file to clean install Windows 10 Creators Update.
The Microsoft Windows 10 Creators Update is also going to appeal on a greater level to Enterprise customers, while making it a secure platform for those user types in that situation. This new update will also introduce the Windows Defender Security Center as a single dashboard to control all security options from one single hunt. That paced with accessing everything like anti-virus options, firewall protection and network settings without having to dart in and out of different appeals of Windows 10. What we missed is that, there’s a new Game Mode, as well as much, much more to this update.
A bit early given that today is the day and it’s released before from the official Patch Tuesday rollout, you can now grab the Creators Update manually from the Update Assistant here.
Alternatively, if you like to perform a clean fresh install of Windows 10 with the Creators Update included you can download the ISO file directly from Microsoft. For instructions, check out our previous guide on it here: Download Windows 10 Pro ISO File Without Product Key From Microsoft. Yet another way to grab ISO files of Creators Update is to get them from official Microsoft links below:
- Windows10_InsiderPreview_Client_x64_en-us_15063.iso (64-bit)
- Windows10_InsiderPreview_Client_x32_en-us_15063.iso (32-bit)
With the ISO file in hand, you can easily create a bootable USB drive or DVD using Microsoft’s Windows 10 media creation tool. For guidance on how to get up and running with the tool, check out our guide here: How To Create Bootable Windows 10 USB Flash Drive [Guide].