Microsoft is going to start rolling out the Creators Update to PCs on April 11. The company will rollout the update in different phases for PCs — but what about mobile devices?
As Microsoft previously confirmed, the Creators Update will be coming to Mobile devices a few weeks after the rollout starts on PCs. Today, Microsoft announced that the company will start rolling out the Creators Update for Mobile devices on April 25.
Windows Phone will follow the same phased approach, with rollout scheduled to begin April 25. Note that update availability may vary by manufacturer, model, country or region, mobile operator or service provider, specific installed software, hardware limitations and other factors such as feedback from customers.
The key factor to note here is that the update is “scheduled” to begin rollout on April 25 — which means Microsoft may delay the rollout if it doesn’t manage to get the update ready before April 25. Moreover, the update’s availability on your device will also vary depending on the device you are using, your location and the carrier you are on.
The Creators Update for Windows 10 Mobile honestly isn’t anything substantial — it’s a fairly minor update, with Microsoft Edge being the most updated feature. Other things like Cortana and the Windows Store also picked up some improvements, but once again, they aren’t anything huge or groundbreaking. Still, the Creators Update is going to be huge for what’s to come — it’s laying the groundwork for Windows 10 Redstone 3 that’s going to bring major new features such as multi-window support on Continuum, and more.