As expected, Microsoft is today releasing the Windows 10 Creators Update via the Update Assistant. The company is going to start rolling out the update to all users starting on April 11, but you can update using the Update Assistant today if you really want the update right now. The official rollout of the Creators Update will take months to finish, so it’s probably a better idea to update using the Update Assistant if you don’t want to wait.
In addition to the Update Assistant, Microsoft is also releasing the Creators Update via the Media Creation Tool which allows you to create installation media for the Creators Update. And lastly, the company has also released ISOs for the Creators Update which is mainly for users who aren’t running Windows 10 right now.
If you are interested in getting the Creators Update using the Update Assistant, you can download it from this link — do keep in mind that the link will automatically start downloading the tool. Once you download and open up the tool, installing the Creators Update is fairly easy as you just need to click on the “Next” buttons.
We’ll take a closer look at all the major new features that’s coming with the Windows 10 Creators Update in our full review, and that will be published on April 11, too. In the meantime, don’t forget to checkout our video hands-on below: