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Microsoft moves Insiders in the Release Preview Ring to Windows 10 Creators Update build 15063

It has been a downright busy week for Windows 10  news, and today another story has entered the fray. Dona Sarkar and the Windows Insider team have just announced that they are moving Windows Insiders in the Release Preview ring to build 15063, which is the Creators Update RTM build.

Until now, Windows Insiders on the Release Preview ring were using build 14393.970, which is the current Windows 10 branch. According to Dona Sarkar, this move is an important step as Microsoft prepares to roll out the Windows 10 Creators Update to customers around the world on April 11th.

UPDATE 3/30: Today we are moving Windows Insiders in the Release Preview ring to the Windows 10 Creators Update (Build 15063). This is an important step as we prepare to roll out the Windows 10 Creators Update to customers around the world starting on April 11th. Windows Insiders in the Release Preview ring will be helping test the update path from the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Build 14393) that customers will be taking. 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.

As always, if you’re on the Release Preview Ring, you can head to Windows Update now to download this latest build. Or, if you’re much more technical, and not having luck with Windows Update, you can head over to the Windows Insider Page and download the ISO files. Microsoft is clearly stepping up their game and getting all things ready for the approaching launch of the Creators Update.

If you’re not a Windows Insider, how are you getting ready for the launch April 11th launch? Are you planning on getting the Creators Update early on April 5th via the Update Assistant? Let us know in the comments below.

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