Windows 10 Build 15063 has been confirmed as the final version of Windows 10 Creators Update. It is available for phones on the Fast ring, PCs on Fast and Slow rings, and Xbox One consoles on Alpha, Beta, and Preview Ring. Earlier, the company released the full set of language packs (MUI) for Windows 10 build 15063. Today, Microsoft released this build for Release Preview Ring Insiders.
Microsoft today confirmed that Windows 10 Creators Update will be releasing on April 11. According to the official announcement, it will be a free update to all existing Windows 10 customers.
Today, we got confirmation that build 15063 is the RTM (final) version of Windows 10 Creators Update. This build was released today by Microsoft to Slow Ring Insiders and is now available on the Fast, Slow and Phone Rings along with a number of Xbox One update rings. This is proof that Windows 10 build 15063 is the RTM build.
In Windows 10 Creators Update, there are many svchost.exe processes running all the time. If you open the Details tab of the Task Manager in Windows 10 Creators Update, you will be surprised to see a huge number of instances of the svchost.exe process.
A few days ago, it came to our knowledge that Microsoft was going to download some updates even if your connection was set as metered. This change seems to be very unpleasant for many users. Today, Microsoft made an official statement which explains their new update policy.
As you may already know, Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 15058 recently. This is the latest build as of this writing which represents the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update. It changes the policy on how Windows Update will work when your connection is metered.
As you may already know, Windows 10 Creators Update is expected to be released next month, in April 2017. Recently, Microsoft has released a number of cumulative updates for the current stable version of the OS. After installing these updates, you will see a teaser in Settings which invites you to try out the next generation of Windows 10 before its official release.
In this article, we will see how to install Windows 10 Creators Update without a Microsoft Account. In Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft Account is the default way of signing in. This means that the OS requires your Outlook.com, Hotmail, MSN, or Live ID email address and password to sign-in to Windows. It is still possible to sign in using a local account that does not involve internet-based credentials.
Microsoft has announced big improvements to Windows Update some time ago. The UUP feature, which was added to Windows recently, is intended to bring delta updates to Windows 10 and save your bandwidth.
Windows 10 Creators Update is not far from its release. It is expected in April 2017. The operating system is now feature complete. Recent builds come without a desktop watermark. At the last moment, Microsoft has decided to add a new option to Windows Update, which solves the infamous issue with automatic reboots.