Windows 10 Creators Update SDK now available
Exciting times are approaching for those that love all things Microsoft. The company is prepared to release the Creators Update for Windows 10 in the very near future. Unless something changes along the way, users should expect to receive the long anticipated update sometime during next month. In the eave of such a welcomed treat, Windows 10 users have also received the latest beta build for the Creators Update.
To be more specific, Windows 10 users that are enrolled in Microsoft’s Windows Insiders program are now able to try out build 15063 of the operating system. While this update has been pushed to the Fast Ring of the Insiders Program it is also believed to be the final build for the update.
The final build has arrived
What that means is that once the time comes, this is the build that people will be getting when downloading the Creators Update. Of course, it won’t be exactly as it is now because there are things that will be improved or fixed in terms of errors or bugs. However, those interested in what the Creators Update has to offer can be very certain that this build will give a very good feeling of what’s coming next to Microsoft’s platform.
SDK can be used today
Additionally, the SDK for the latest build has also been made available, although probably not with Microsoft’s blessing. The kit has been leaked online and it is now available for developers to play with. This will give them valuable information on what they can expect from the upcoming Creators Update and how their apps need to be adjusted or designed. The early present is more than welcomed for developers as they are looking at a huge amount of ground to cover.
It’s the biggest in a long time
The Creators Update is believed to be one of the biggest (if not the biggest) update Microsoft has ever put out, as it ranges across numerous departments and features of the OS. It even implements its fair share of new features which seek to improve and round up the existing offer of available applications.
With both the latest Insider build and the SDK available online, developers that choose to use these tools will have a significant head start against competing developers.
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