Microsoft’s upcoming Creators Update for Windows 10 has been one of the most talked about and anticipated patches ever to be released by the company. This is due not only to the sheer variety of features and new additions to the existing version, but also by its size.
Windows 10 Creators Update is supposedly the biggest update in size launched by the Windows creator. Those that aren’t in a rush will be able to try out all the new features in approximately one month when the release of the Creators Update is expected to take place.
However, there are other ways of enjoying the contents of this patch without having to wait one another month. Windows users that are too eager to wait any longer have two options at their disposal. While neither method is necessarily ideal, they’re the only ways in which this can happen.
Becoming an Insider
The first method requires users to register for Microsoft’s Windows Insider program. The Windows Insider program is an initiative with which Windows users test out the latest updates and OS builds ahead of their official release. This allows Microsoft to figure out bugs and deal with problems and concerns so that the mass of the Windows user community will not experience any technical difficulties.
Anyone can enroll in the Windows Insiders program which gets them access to the latest Creators Update build. The only inconvenience here is the fact that approval might take some time. Once a user is approved, though, they are free to download and check out all that the Creators Update has to offer.
Downloading the ISO file
The alternative to this is to manually download the ISO file of a Creators Update build directly from Microsoft’s website for a fresh install of Windows.
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