Windows 10 Creators Update is coming on April 11

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.

Windows 10 build 15063 is the RTM (final) version of Windows 10 Creators Update.

The official announcement states the following:

Today, I’m excited to share our latest update to Windows 10, the Creators Update, will begin to roll out on April 11. The Creators Update is designed to spark and unleash creativity, bringing 3D and mixed reality to everyone and enabling every gamer to be a broadcaster. Beyond creativity, it brings new features to Microsoft Edge, additional security capabilities and privacy tools, and so much more.

Windows 10 Creators Update is expected to bring a lot of changes to the stable branch of Windows 10. It is getting a new Game mode, a number of new features in Edge, Live Folders in the Start menu, Night Light, new Share Pane, new appearance options, a Clean Up PC feature and an updated Action Center pane.

A number of users are interested in delaying the upgrade to Windows 10 Creators Update. There are many reasons for this. Most users don't want to disturb their existing setup and do not want their custom settings getting reset again by the Creators Update. See the official way to postpone the upgrade to Windows 10 Creators Update.

Finally, see how to Exclude Drivers from Updates in Windows 10 Creators Update. It is a welcome feature for many users who are not happy with new versions of drivers delivered through Windows Update in Windows 10.

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4 thoughts on “Windows 10 Creators Update is coming on April 11

  1. Jimmy S.

    This is just pure coincident that Windows Vista’s extended support also ends on this day. BTW: I loved Windows Vista it just wasn’t hardware ready at that time.

    1. MDJ

      What a great insight! It’s no wonder to see something like this coming from Microsoft in the name of promoting Windows 10.


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