Microsoft is expected to roll out Windows 10 Creators Update in April. However, Microsoft has already started promoting the Creators Update in Windows Update Settings. This promotion appears on the Windows Update page for users running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
To get the message, you’ll probably have to Update Windows if its not updated and then check back after the restart. To do this, open Settings, then click on Update & security. Then click the Check for updates button. The PC will check for Updates, and install them. After your PC restarts, go to Settings, then Update & Security, and under Update History you will find a message that reads: “Good news! The Windows 10 Creators Update is on its way. Want to be one of the first to get it?” and under the message there is a link that says “Yes, show me how”. Clicking on the link will open Microsoft Edge with a thank you page, and the device will be opted for the Creators Update.
You will also get a confirmation message that reads:
Thank you for your interest in being one of the first to experience the Windows 10 Creators Update! We’re finalizing the update and will be ready to share it with you soon. When the update is ready for your device, you’ll receive a notification asking you to review your privacy settings before downloading the update.
The company did something similar to Windows 8 PCs when Windows 10 was around the corner. This means that the Creators Update is coming soon, and will be released in waves. Signing up for it now will get you the update a little sooner than the others. So, are you up for it?
Bonus Reading: Windows 10 “Creators Update” : Everything You Should Know