Microsoft Begins Rollout of Windows 10 Creator Update

Thursday Apr 13th 2017 by Developer.com Staff

The distribution process will take several weeks.

On April 11, Microsoft officially began rolling out the Windows 10 Creators Update. However, many users won't get the update for weeks because the company plans a slow, staged process for getting the new operating system to users. Those who don't want to wait can get the OS early through Microsoft's Update Assistant tool.

According to a Microsoft spokesperson, "Features [of Windows 10 Creators Update] include a new app, Paint 3D, that allows you to create or modify 3D objects, or turn 2D images into 3D works of art; built-in game broadcasting using Beam; and enhanced security features, such as a new Microsoft privacy dashboard."

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