Next Windows 10 build will include Windows 10 Creators Update features

By: Ivan Jenic
2 minute read

This year’s Microsoft Event is behind us. At the event, one of the main topics at the conference was the next major update for Windows 10, which Microsoft finally announced: The Creators Update will be released in early 2017.

At the event, Microsoft showcased the most important features of the update. As its name implies, the Creators Update will be focused on creative professionals by aiming to enhance both creativity and productivity while using Windows 10. The biggest highlight of the update will be 3D support for Windows 10 and its features.

Now that we know what Microsoft is up to with the new major update, it’s time to actually see them in action. We are clear that regular users will get 3D support once the update gets released — but what about Windows Insiders?

We expect Microsoft to finally start shipping new features to Insiders soon so they can test the new tools. In fact, Microsoft released a new build for Windows Insiders just before the event with no new features or improvements —  and we think that’s just calm before the storm.

If you’re a Windows Insider, you probably know that previous Redstone 2 builds weren’t so feature-rich. But now that we know what to expect, Microsoft should finally make these features available to testers. Of course, new features will be released gradually — probably one or two features a build — but it will be enough for things to become more interesting in Windows 10 Insider Program.

What’s the feature you’re looking for in Windows 10 Creators Update? Tell us in the comments.

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