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How to Get the Windows 10 Creators Update

Oyetoke Tobi - Thursday, April 13, 2017

The anticipated Windows 10 Creators Update was launched on April 11, you can now update your Windows 10 to get the Windows 10 Creators update.

As part of the release of the Creators Update, Microsoft is offered a new Update Assistant tool. You can easily download this tool to manually opt into the Creators Update, even if Microsoft hasn’t pushed it to your device yet. It also allowed user to download the Creators Update starting on April 5 which is a week, before its general release started on April 11. Microsoft’s blog post states that this tool is for advanced users only using an officially licensed, or “genuine“, version of Windows 10.

What is Creators Update?

As the name implies, the Creators Update focuses on creative tasks like upgrading the classic Paint app to Paint 3D or adding some functionality to Microsoft Edge if you have the Hololens.

The Creators Update also has a few gamer-centric features, including Game Mode, which Microsoft claims will deliver better gaming performance and consistency. The Livestreamers geeks will also get a new toy, thanks to the company's recent Beam acquisition, which Microsoft is hoping will become a powerful alternative to Twitch or YouTube Gaming.

Are curious to know every features and tools Creators Update has to offer? If yes, here’s how to get the Windows 10 Creators Update.
Note: As always, don’t forget to backup your computer in case of any mishap.

How to Get Creators Update

To get the Windows 10 Creators Update, you’ll have to download the Update Assistant. You can download it on the Windows 10 Update Assistant page. 

Head over to the page and click on Update Now. Alternately, you could use the Media Installation which will clean re-install Windows 10. However, before you can proceed, you will first need to have a license to install Windows 10.

The Windows 10 Creators Update will be downloaded in matter of seconds. So double-click on the downloaded file and click on Update Now to start the Creators Update installation.

The Windows 10 Update Assistant tool should start upgrading Windows 10 and installing the Creators Update. This might take some few minutes depending on the speed of your network.



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