The Creators Update is now rolling out officially to users on Windows 10
Microsoft releases the Creators Update for Windows 10
The company has officially started rolling out the Creators Update to everyone on Windows 10. Starting from PCs and Tablets, Microsoft is ready to deliver the update to the first users running Windows 10 via Windows Update in the Settings. Keep in mind that this update is rolling out in waves, which means you may wait a couple of weeks to get the update.
If you don’t want to wait, you can always download the Update Assistant app and manually upgrade your PC to Windows 10 Build 15063. You can also create a new installation media to fresh install Windows 10 or install it on a different PC. Find more information about these two ways of getting the update here.
Along with the Creators Update release, Microsoft rolls out an April cumulative update (15063.138) that should fix some bugs found in the official build.
Windows 10 Creators Update brings significant improvements to the PCs, and some new features such as Night Light, Paint 3D, Game Mode, improvements to Microsoft Edge and more.
The company is planning to release the Creators Update to the first smartphones on April 25.