Build 15063 released in the Slow Ring, may be the RTM build for the Creators Update
Windows 10 Build 15063 could be the official Creators Update build
Microsoft is gearing up to release the Creators Update for Windows 10 to PCs, tablets and phones in early April. The company recently rolled out Build 15063 to devices in the Insider Slow Ring, hinting that this could be the final RTM build for the feature update in April.
A leaked ‘Update Assistant’ tool also confirms that the Creators update may come with build 15063. This is a PC tool for downloading the update and upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10. The program informs: “This PC is running version 14393. The latest version is 15063”.
But before releasing the official Creators Update to the devices in April, Microsoft may roll out one or two small cumulative updates to build 15063 for Windows Insiders. The latest version still has some bugs here and there, like Microsoft Edge reloading pages and keyboard not always popping up in the mobile browser as needed. But overall, the Creators Update is a noticeable improvements in speed and performance compared to the Anniversary Update (14393).