The next major update to Windows 10 is coming soon, but members of the Windows Insider Preview program have been testing pre-release builds of the Windows 10 Creators Update for months.

Now word on the street is that the latest build is the RTM (Release to Manufacturing) version.

That means Insiders running build number 15063 are already using the Creators Update. But if you’re not a member of Microsoft’s beta testing program, Neowin reports that there are a few ways to download and install the software ahead of its official release.

First up, you can download the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15063 64-bit or 32-bit disc images and use them to install the operating system.

Or if you want to update from an earlier version of Windows 10, you can use the latest version of the Windows 10 Update Assistant,

Among other things, the Creators Update includes:

  • New 3D tools including a major update to the classic Paint app called Paint 3D
  • Support for broadcasting video gameplay over the internet
  • Support for the new Windows Mixed Reality platform (formerly known as Windows Holographic)
  • Enhanced Windows Ink features for devices with digital pens
  • A Night Light feature that lets you reduce the blue light coming from a display
  • Option to group apps into Start Menu folders
  • Support for 802.11ad WiFi

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3 replies on “Windows 10 Creators Update is ready to download (probably)”

  1. I wonder it this will cause massive problems, like all the previous ones, like boot-loops, randomly uninstalled drivers that render the machine useless or unable to boot, stuck upgrades that try to reinstall themselves and reboot a machine several times a day, resetting your default browser, PDF-viewer, etc to make more people use EDGE, etc. But I’m excited for the night-mode, so yeah, let’s do it!

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