Here’s why you may have to wait a while for the Windows 10 Creators Update


The release of the Windows 10 Creators Update is almost upon us with with the next major update of Windows 10 expected to be launched in early April.

Having suffer criticism in the past regarding their updates, Microsoft have decided upon a new approach to ensure that everyone is able to get the latest version.

It is believed that the launch will be rolled-out rather than just ‘unleashed’ in order to reduce the strain on their servers and top help Microsoft fix any bugs and glitches once downloads of the new update have begun.

The downside is that this will mean you may have to wait before you can download it, especially as the update is likely to hit major markets first before before being rolled out to users in Thailand.

However, users who simply can’t wait are able to download it right from day one by using a new tool.

Microsoft Window 10 Update Assistant will allow users to upgrade to the Creator Update right from the beginning and will be almost the same as the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, helping walk users through the process of downloading and installing the upgrade.

Some users can already access the update after Microsoft began advertising it last month with the Microsoft security update with a new option appears in the Windows Update pop-up menu, saying, “Good news! the Windows 10 Creators Update is on its way. Want to be one of the first to get it?”

If users click on the link they can sign up for the Windows Insider Program that allows them to install an earlier version of the Windows 10 Creator Update in return for offering feedback.

There has been no official announcement about the official launch date although there is strong speculation that it will be April 11.


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