Windows 10 Creators Update
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Short Bytes: You can grab your hands on the Windows 10 Creators Update soon after its released. For this, you need to update your Windows 10 OS and you’ll start seeing the option to book your early bird seat for the update which is expected to release sometime in the month of April.

Microsoft is busy preparing the Creators Update for the masses. Like other major Windows updates, they won’t be pushing the update to all the Windows 10 devices at once. So, the Redmond has given the users a chance to be the first ones in the queue for the Creators Update.

After you are done installing the latest updates, you will see a message from Microsoft on the Windows Update page in the Settings, giving you the chance to get it before others. Once you click the ‘Yes, show me how‘ hypertext, you’ll be redirected to a web page where the company expresses their gratitude for your interest in the Creators Update.

Windows Creators Update

When the update gets ready, Microsoft will send you a notification asking you to review the privacy settings before upgrading Windows.

What’s coming with the Windows Creators Update

The Creators Update is set to include many new features including a revamped Paint 3D app, blue light filter, a new Gaming option in the Windows Settings. It also brings the much-awaited Game Mode into the picture, a feature intended to enhance game performance by killing resource eating process during the gameplay.

Other than adding new things, Microsoft has planned to remove or deprecate various features from the Creators.

Redmond is also pushing forward their mixed reality platform – a combination of virtual and augmented reality – enabled using compatible headsets from various third-party vendors including Dell, HP, Lenovo, etc.

The members of the Windows 10 Insider program have tasted many of these features. In the days to follow, Microsoft is expected to come up with more promotional stuff for the Windows 10 Creators Update.

Another noteworthy news is that Microsoft is cutting off extended support for Windows Vista next month. You should update if you’re running an older Windows on your computer.

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