The Windows 10 Creators Update is out now – here’s how to get it


The wait is finally over – Early adopters can now download the next major update to Windows 10, the Windows 10 Creators Update.

The update, which is available to download manually via the Windows 10 Update Assistant for anyone who wants to try the new update head of the official roll out on April 11.

To download the update just head over to the Microsoft website and click on Update Now and run the Windows Update Assistant once it has downloaded.

The Assistant should then check for updates and download Build 15063, the official build version of the Windows 10 Creators Update.

A word of warning though, the Update Assistant is only to be used on licensed versions of Windows. Secondly, if you install the update now don’t be surprised if you encounter a few bugs and glitches once it’s installed.

Otherwise, wait for April 11 when the update is set to officially roll out and will be downloaded in the background as normal.

The Windows 10 Creators Update is the first major refresh of the operating system since Microsoft released its Anniversary Update in August 2016.

The update will see Microsoft add a host of new features including an all new version of Paint, an overhauled gaming interface and a dedicated Game Mode, which is said to offer a more stable and better gaming experience.


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