Microsoft is busy getting ready the Windows 10 Creators Update for the masses. Like alternative major Windows updates, they won’t be pushing the update to any or all the Windows 10 devices at once.
You can grab your hands on the Windows 10 Creators Update shortly when its free. For this, you wish to update your Windows 10 OS and you’ll begin seeing the choice to book your early bird seat for the update that is predicted to release someday within the month of April.
After you’re done installing the newest updates, you’ll see a message from Microsoft on the Windows Update page in the Settings, providing you with the chance to get it before others. Once you click the ‘Yes, show me how‘ hypertext, you’ll be redirected to an online page wherever the company expresses their feeling for your interest in the Creators Update.
When the update gets prepared, Microsoft will send you a notification asking you to review the privacy settings before upgrading Windows.
What’s new with the Windows 10 Creators Update
1. Best platform for game broadcasting and for 4K gaming
Xbox Live and Windows 10 take you to future level of epic with 4K gaming, inbuilt Beam broadcasting, and people-generated Arena tournaments.
2. Bring your ideas to life in 3D
With 3D in Windows 10, you can capture, create, view and share during a whole new dimension.
3. Break free from flat
Turn 2D images into 3D objects with just a click in Paint 3D Preview. Share your favorites with the Remix 3D Preview community.
A new world of mixed reality experience is waiting for you. With your Windows 10 PC and a compatible headset, you can enjoy familiar Windows apps, features and navigation, while discovering new apps, games and media perfect for AR, VR and everything in between.
5. Creating made easy
Use Paint 3D Preview to create amazing 3D objects quickly and easily. Create from scratch or modify someone else’s creation to make it your own.
6. Your window to a new reality
The technology that powers mixed reality doesn’t have to be out of reach. Our partners – including HP, Lenovo, Dell, Acer and ASUS – will be introducing a range of VR headsets starting at $299 with innovative built-in sensor technology for more flexibility and easy, marker-free set-up. Watch for yours, coming back in 2017.