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Windows 10 Creators Update Released
After making Windows 10 Creators Update available for manual download about a week ago, Microsoft has finally started rolling out said update today. Windows 10 users will gradually receive the update over-the-air if they don't want to go through the process of downloading it manually. However, that option exists for those who just don't want to wait to get their hands on the latest software.
Bear in mind that it will take up to a few months for the over-the-air rollout of the Windows 10 Creators Update to be completed. This is why it will be more prudent for users to take advantage of the Update Assistant and get the Windows 10 Creators Update immediately.
Microsoft has added tons of new features in this update and has improved upon the points that were shared by users. It has improved the update experience with differential downloads which will not only reduce update sizes but also provide users with more flexibility on when they want to install the updates.
It goes without saying that this is perhaps the biggest Windows 10 update that Microsoft has released so far. It's working on the next one now which is said to be low on new features and high on cosmetic improvements.
Some screenshots have surfaced online recently showing us a glimpse of the user interface changes that it might make in the next update that's due later this year.


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