Microsoft today confirmed that Windows 10 Creators Update will be releasing on April 11. As we all know, it will be a free update to all existing Windows 10 customers. For consumers, Windows 10 Creators Update brings 3D and mixed reality to everyone, native game broadcasting feature powered by BEAM, new features to Microsoft Edge, and much more. For enterprise, it comes with additional security capabilities and privacy tools, and more.
You can get the Creators Update right now in three different ways: from the Update Assistant, from the Windows Insider program, or by clean installing using an ISO. Installing with an ISO is probably the better choice if you want to get a fresh start, but if you don’t want your PC’s settings and other things to change, getting it via the Update Assistant would be the ideal choice. Read more about it here.