Creators Update

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Microsoft announced the fourth stable build of Windows 10 on October 26, 2016. Officially branded as the Creators Update or version 1703, and codenamed “Redstone 2” (RS2), it was released on April 11, 2017 for general availability, and on April 5, 2017 for manual installation via Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant and Media Creation Tool tools. The branch primarily focuses on content creation, productivity, and gaming features—with a particular focus on virtual and augmented reality (including HoloLens and virtual reality headsets) and on aiding the generation of three-dimensional content.

 

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