The Windows 10 Creators Update is finally here. Well, kind of.
Microsoft has just released the official ISOs for Windows 10 Creators Update (also known as Windows 10 Version 1703). In addition to this, Microsoft has also released a new Media Creation Tool which you can use to upgrade to the Windows 10 Creators Update right now. The official rollout of the Creators Update is set to kick off on April 11, but as it is a gradual rollout, most users won’t receive the update on day 1 of the rollout.
Users who really want the update right now can, however, use the Media Creation tool to upgrade to the Creators Update right now. There really isn’t any issues with upgrading to the Creators Update right now, as Microsoft will start rolling out the same build on April 11. Of course, the official rollout might include some extra bug fixes — but you will also be able to install those on your device once those are released if you upgrade using the Media Creation Tool or the ISO.
In terms of features, the Windows 10 Creators Update is huge, bringing new features to things like Microsoft Edge, Cortana, Windows Store, the Start Menu, and more. If you want to upgrade using the Media Creation Tool, you can download the tool from here. Alternatively, you can download the ISOs from here (note that this might not work if you are already running Windows 10).
We will take a look at all the new features in our full Windows 10 Creators Update that’s arriving on April 11. In the meantime, you can take a closer look at all of the major new features in our hands-on video below: