Yesterday marked the official release of Windows 10 Creators Update, as it begins to roll out worldwide to some 400 million devices running Windows 10. For most PC users, the Creators Update will come as an eventual upgrade, showing up some time in the next few weeks or months, depending on the configuration of their devices, whether it’s a business or personal machine, and a number of other factors.
For those of us in the Windows Insider program, or who watch Microsoft closely and count themselves as Windows fans, waiting for an update to just show up probably isn’t in the cards. If you have been a Windows Insider in the Fast Ring, you already have the latest bits (and in fact, have probably moved on to the first Redstone 3 build).
Even if you weren’t closely following Dona Sarkar and her cryptic Insider messages, you can still go get the Creators Update now by using either the Windows 10 Update Assistant, or the Media Creation Tool, or by downloading and installing the ISOs for the final Creators Update build.
Some of you have dedicated Insider machines, as do we, but let’s keep this to your “daily driver,” the machine you use for getting stuff done. Are you running Windows 10 Creators Update? Do you want to be?