And now Microsoft has made it official that Windows 10 Creators Update is coming on April 11. In a Blog post, Microsoft has announced that Creators Update will start to roll out via Windows Update on April 11. But they will be rolling it out in a measured way “to ensure the best possible customer experience”, which sounds like phased updates.

Today, I’m excited to share our latest update to Windows 10, the Creators Update, will begin to roll out on April 11. The Creators Update is designed to spark and unleash creativity, bringing 3D and mixed reality to everyone and enabling every gamer to be a broadcaster. Beyond creativity, it brings new features to Microsoft Edge, additional security capabilities and privacy tools, and so much more.

Windows 10 Creators Update brings lots of UI changes and new features over the Windows 10 Anniversary update. While you wait for Windows 10 Creators Update to roll out to your Windows 10 devices, read all about new features and changes by following below links.

  • You can read the full detailed and categorized Windows 10 Creators Update changelog by clicking here.
  • For similar fully detailed and categorized Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update changelog, click here.
  • Click here to download ISO images, Language Packs for Windows 10 Creators Update RTM Build 15063.

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Microsoft has just finished pushing Windows 10 Creators Update RTM Build 15063 to Insiders in Fast and Slow Rings. But it seems the Creators Update, which is named as Version 1703, signifying ready in March status will not be pushed in March to non-insiders general public. As per the latest info we have Microsoft may push Windows 10 Creators update to everyone on April 11.

This info comes from dependable Microsoft enthusiast “Walking Cat” on Twitter. It is not known whether Microsoft will go for a low-key push or will hold an event on April 11.