It’s understandable if a lot of people will have trouble remembering the exact moment when Microsoft ignited the Creators Update hype because it was such a long time ago. Today, we can finally breath easy knowing the Creators Update has finished its journey.
Some showcased true excitement as they would get to try out all the new features, while others were just relieved that it’s finally here.
Leaving regular consumers aside for a second, the release also marks an important event for Windows developers as well. Alongside the Creators Update, Microsoft has also released the Creators Update SDK, a toolkit released for the Creators Update that will help developers work with the new OS and build apps and software specifically for it.
Those that work in app or software development for Windows should waste no time and download the SDK files for the Creators Update as it is of crucial importance, not to mention it will be needed when the actual app development begins.
There are a lot of new things coming to the Creators Update and the truly great thing is that Microsoft managed to touch pretty much every department in its overhaul. From security, gaming, interface, and performance enhancements, everything is covered in the new Creators Update patch which is now available. Microsoft also made available a Windows Update Assistant app for its users to help facilitate the transition from the Anniversary Edition to the Creators Update.
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