Microsoft revealed Windows 10 Creators Update to Windows 10 users on April 11. It’s a very significant but slow and steady release after the Anniversary Update in last year.
The Windows OS users across the world will get this latest update in phases, installing with newer machines first. After getting user’s feedback, Microsoft increased the quality and security of Windows 10 Creators Update. For the best experience, Microsoft recommend you to wait until Windows 10 is automatically offered to your device.
But if you don’t want to wait, you have the option to download Windows 10 Creators Update manually. This option is for a little advanced users who are running devices with licensed copy of Windows 10.
So, there are two options to download and install Windows 10 Creators Updates.
1. Get Windows 10 Creators Update Automatically
Microsoft let’s you use Windows 10 as a service. That means Creators Update is one of such future update coming slowly. When your device becomes eligible for the Creators Update, you will be notified by “New Windows features are almost here” alert box focusing on some exciting new features and more controlling over privacy settings.
Based on customer feedback, Microsoft expanded some options to make some choices before installing Creators Update. You can specify a convenient time to install or snooze pending updates for a few days from “We’ve got an update for you” dialogue box.
2. Get Windows 10 Creators Update Manually
As an experienced user, you have two manual installation options at your hand. Using Update Assistant is the recommended way to get the update. Go to the Software Download Site and click on Update Now button. Follow the Windows 10 Update Assistant instructions and wait until it completes necessary downloads.
Alternatively, you can download and create Windows 10 installation media by clicking the second button Download toll now from Software Download Site. This Media Creation Tool allows you to select an option either Upgrade this PC now or Create installation media for USB flash drive or DVD or ISO file for another PC.