Microsoft releases Windows 10 Creators Update – here’s how to get it

The Windows 10 Creators Update technically doesn’t roll out until April 11, but Microsoft is letting enterprising users get a head start today. The company today released an Update Assistant tool that will help users upgrade to the official Creators build.

Granted, if you’re​ the type of person who can’t wait a week for the general rollout, chances are you are already on Microsoft’s Insider builds and have had a taste of what’s coming for quite some time.

Still, it can be a useful tool if you want to give the Insider Program a break and jump back into a stable build for longer than a couple of weeks; Microsoft recently warned users that upcoming Insider builds might be more buggy than usual.

To give it ago, simply download the Update Assistant from this link (click here for a direct download).

Alternatively, you can now download an ISO file for a fresh install from this page. And if you don’t know what an ISO file is, you shouldn’t be doing this anyway.

Via: TNW