Windows 10 Creators Update Confirmed By Three Source
Windows 10 is the last version of Windows, but that doesn’t mean Microsoft won’t stop updating the popular operating system. Windows 10 Creators Update is set to roll out sometime in April. Windows Insiders have been testing the improvements, codenamed Redstone 2. Citing three unnamed sources, writers at MSPU have reported Microsoft will release the update on April 11.
Microsoft should sign off on the final release of the Creators update in the coming weeks. The insiders will see the final update before everyone else, but hopefully, Microsoft will hit the April 11th date. The MSPU folks did note this isn’t a hard release date, as Microsoft has changed release dates before.
Windows 10 Creators Update April 11
Microsoft rolls their updates out in waves, which meant the Anniversary update didn’t hit some PCs until two months after. The Creators update could take as long – if not longer – for Microsoft to roll out to the millions of PC’s on Windows 10. The update will include Game Mode, Night Light, Pick Up Where You Left Off, creativity tools, and Edge and Cortana updates. The Game Mode and creativity tools are major updates that’ll make PC owners more productive and allow them to get the most out of their machines.
Redstone 3 is another update Microsoft is working on, which will redesign how Windows 10 completely looks. The Windows 10 Creators update isn’t as big but brings significant updates to the OS. The Windows Insiders have been providing feedback on errors, the new game mode, and the creativity tools. So far the feedback has been positive, and many of the insiders have already started seeing Redstone 3 updates appear.
Tell us in the comments below what you think about the Windows 10 Creators update, and whether you’re looking forward to the new tools and modes.