If you want to become the first one to get the Windows 10 Creators Update? Here in this post you will find out how to do that.
The Windows 10 Creators Update is all set to arrive next month somewhere in April 2017. Even the company is already rolling out new builds at the time frame of two builds a week at the moment to all the users who have enrolled for Windows 10 Insider Program. Yesterday the Microsoft released Windows 10 build 15058 and intends to push the next one by the end of this week.
Even the company has released a number of cumulative updates for the current stable version of the Windows 10 operating system. After installing these Windows 10 update, you will start viewing the messages in the Windows Update Settings which invites users to try out the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Updates before its available publicly or released officially by the Microsoft.
Once you successfully install the latest updates and launch the Windows 10 Settings app and head over to Update & recovery -> Windows Update. On the left pane, below Update status section you will see the following message:
Good news! The Windows 10 Creators Update is on its way. Want to be one of the first to get it?
At the bottom of this message, you will find the link which reads “Yes, show me how” and if you click on the same link, it will take you the Microsoft page named as Windows 10 Creators Update is coming soon
Here on this page, you will be asked to enroll for Windows 10 Insider program. Once you agree to become a Windows Insider, then you will the Windows 10 Creators Update before it is available for other users running the same branch of the Windows 10 OS. You can check my post on how to join Windows Insider program to get Windows 10 latest builds
Windows 10 Creators Update will come with lots of useful and handy features. In my previous articles, I have already previewed some of them. Currently, there is no exact date when Microsoft will release the RTM build of Windows 10 Creators Update or Windows 10 Redstone 2.
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