A few days back we reported that Microsoft might be releasing Windows 10 Creators Update in March, slightly ahead of the expected launch. However, new report confirms that Microsoft is all set to roll out the next big update for Windows 10- Creators Update (aka Redstone 2) to the existing Windows 10 devices in April.
Not everyone will get the Creators Update for Windows 10 on April 11, as the update will be rolled out in waves. The roll out process will start on April 11 and will be available to your devices based on the batches. Note that this is only for PCs, Windows 10 Mobiles will get the Creators Update after PCs, Microsoft confirmed it in a recent blog post.
As we have been reporting, Creators Update is in the final stage of its bug fixing and performance improvements. All the features have been implemented already, except one or two, which might have got cancelled or will come in the future updates. If you’re an insider and have been testing the builds on the fast ring, your PC will have almost all the new features that are coming with the Creators Update.
Creators Update is not a small update and Microsoft, along with the insiders have been working really hard for this update. This new update for Windows has a lot to offer for everyone, be it an artist, a creator, or a gamer, you will not be disappointed.
The new OS update is about to bring a lot of new features to both PCs and Mobiles and the company has been working hard to keep the devices in sync, but as we all know the update will be coming in waves, and not at once for everyone.
With the Creators update, Microsoft is expanding its vision for mixed reality which includes virtual reality, augmented reality, and holographic computing. This will empower everybody to experience 3D in mixed reality.
Alongside 3D and Mixed Reality, Microsoft is focusing on Gaming! Yes, Creators Update is definitely gonna make the gamers happy. The new update will also bring new features to Edge, Groove Music, Cortana and much more. Microsoft will be officially announcing the roll out date by the end of March. So, we suggest you to wait till Microsoft announces the dates officially, till then enjoy the features of the Creators Update if you’re an insider, or wait for it, because its worth the wait.
Bonus Reading: Windows 10 “Creators Update” : Everything You Should Know