Since it’s global release on April 11 for PC, the Windows 10 Creators Update has since been rolling out slowly for compatible devices over the past four months. Now, Microsoft announces that Creators Update is officially and fully rolled out to all Windows 10 customers.
Furthermore, commercial customers are now being encouraged by Microsoft to go ahead and release the Windows 10 Creators Update for their organizations. The tech giant seems confident that all the kinks have been hammered out and provides the best experience of Windows 10.
As the first big release in its new release schedule, Microsoft seems happy with the result of Creators Update. In fact, the target Semi-Annual updates have been positively accepted as a more predictable release model. Now commercial customers can enroll in the Window Insider Program for Business to better evaluate the pre-release builds.
Of course, where production ring is seeing last Creators Update content for the first time, Windows 10 Insiders are already reaching full features on the next Fall Creators Update in September. But if you’re not living on the edge, you can update knowing that the Creators Update is now not only available but given the thumbs up by Microsoft for businesses worldwide.Further reading: Creators Update, Fall Creators Update, Microsoft, Windows 10