Eager to get the new Windows 10 Creators Update? We have a great news for you! Microsoft has made the latest version of the Creators Update available for download by anyone. You just need to download the Update Assistant and download the update.
It was just last week that we reported about the RTM build that may have just got confirmed. Making the Creators Update available for download via Update Assistant confirms that the Preview Build 15063 is actually the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) build. Several reports have said that Microsoft is internally referring to the build 15063 as the RTM build.
To download the Windows 10 Creators Update, you will need the Update Assistant utility, which can be downloaded from here. The updated version of the Update Assistant will be required to download and install the Creators Update. The one that you might have downloaded during the Anniversary update last year won’t work.
The Update Assistant that leaked last week didn’t allow the users to download the Windows 10 Creators Update. The changes to the assistant were made recently and were the first spotted by a Twitter user @WZorNET.
— WZor (@WZorNET) March 28, 2017
And if you don’t like the new Windows 10 Update Assistant for downloading the Creators Update, Microsoft also has the old-school methods too. The tech giant has made both the 64-bit and 32-bit ISO files of the latest update available for you to download them directly. Below are the links to download them-
You must note that Microsoft has still not confirmed the final build for the Windows 10 Creators Update. There can be some last-minute changes or bug fixes before it is made available for the public starting April 11. Then, the update would be rolled out in phased manner and you might have to wait for even a month to get the Creators Update.