Microsoft Windows 10 Creators Update near release, talks of a final build ISO begin
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creators Update is in the news once more as it approaches its official release date. Users of Microsoft’s Insider program will recognize that build 15063 is the latest one available on the platform, but that’s not all. Recently, it was also confirmed that this indeed the final build for the Creators Update, meaning that it is the direct inspiration for the official retail build which will be pushed out on launch day. And since update 15063 is already up on the Insider platform, many now believe that there will not be a lot of time left before it becomes available.
Microsoft was asked on Twitter via its Windows Insider chief Dona Sarkar about the appearance of ISOs for the build since it is already out on the Insider platform. Sarkar confirmed that there should be new ISOs released within a week as a direct reply to the tweet.
The new update ill come gradually
While the official release date for Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creators Update is 11th of April, not everyone will be getting the patch on that day. Instead, the Creators Update will be deployed gradually. This means the new OS won’t be available for everyone using Microsoft Windows 10 right away, with Microsoft deciding to fragment its release for less problems down the road.
It shouldn’t be any longer now
The retail versions of the new Creators Update will also get their own ISOs and also incorporate some very important tools. Among these tools is the Media Creation Tool and the Update Assistant which will help facilitate a faster deployment of the update. There is no release date yet on any of the build ISOs but it is expected that Microsoft will officially announce them soon.
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