Windows 10 Creators Update can be downloaded manually on April 5th before the official rollout on April 11th

Microsoft has announced that users will be able to update to the Windows 10 Creators Update , before it is officially released. The Redmond Company is using what it learnt from its successful Windows Insider Program, to come up with new ways to make its users smile.

Windows 10 Creators Update

Usually when a major Windows update is released, a good number of users tend to constantly check for updates manually, while other advanced users are on the hunt for an ISO image to install the update.

Nobody likes to wait for the update to be arrive when it does. Microsoft knows this all too well, and says it will offer users the Creators Update on April 5th, a full week before the update is released on April 11th.

How to download the Windows 10 Creator Update?

It is simple, all you need to do, is to download the Update Assistant from the official webpage, and run it on the PC (which has Windows 10 activated on it). And it will download and install the update for you. The Update Assistant is not yet available, so mark your calendar for the 5th of April, to be reminded to download it.

If you are not comfortable with that, you just need to wait until April 11th, and the same update will arrive, in the form of the next Patch Tuesday Windows Update.

via: Windows Blog



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