Windows 10 users can opt-in for early access to the Creators Update
Users may opt-in to the first wave for Windows 10 Creators Update
Microsoft is planning to roll out the Creators Update to all Windows 10 devices in waves, starting from PCs on April 11. Similar to how Microsoft released the Anniversary Update, the feature actualization won’t be available for all devices on day one. Instead, there could be days and weeks before everyone download and install the update.
With the March 2017 cumulative update for Windows 10 with build 14393.953, Microsoft has added a new option in Settings -> Update & Security. After installing the patch update for March, you will see a message that reads ‘Good News! The Windows 10 Creators Update is on its way. Want to be one of the first to get it?’.
Below the message is a link ‘Yes, show me how’. To opt-in for an early access to the update you just need to open the link. Once you tap on it, you will see a thank page in the browser that confirms you will be one of the first users to experience the new features.