Windows 10 Creators Update to be available from April 11

A screenshot of the updated Home screen for the Xbox One

A screenshot of the updated Home screen for the Xbox One

The Creators Update will be released as a free Windows 10 upgrade on April 11.

Microsoft has announced the availability of the Windows 10 Creators Update on April 11, as well as markets expansions of Surface Studio and Surface Book with Performance Base. You can now download the driver update from the Surface Pro 3 download center.

The Windows 10 Game Mode will offer "the best and most consistent gaming experience" on a Windows 10 PC, Microsoft said.

The update contains several new enhancements, including a unified security settings hub, a Paint 3D app and support for a new breed of affordable mixed reality (augmented reality and virtual reality) headsets.

As we get closer to the public release of Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft has pushed out a cumulative update (KB4106250) that brings the current version to 1703 Build 15063.11.

The company said that it will allow users to manually download the Creators Update on April 5 via Update Assistant. It may take some weeks, however, before the update arrives on your machine. Furthermore, Microsoft explains that the new e-paper screen would be used for rendering visually static user input controls. Microsoft wanted to make available to the general public an interesting proposal related to the world of mixed reality.

During the installation process, users will be presented with new privacy options. This will then permit you to the correct setup.exe file, which will install Windows 10 Creator Update on your system.

Windows Phone may not be dead quite yet. One such is the change in how Windows 10 will interact on high-DPI displays.

This includes what specific device you have (with older devices not able to support the new update), where you live, what mobile operator or service provider you're with, and if you have any specific installed software.

Innovations in the Windows 10 Creators Update including 3D and native, interactive, sub-second game streaming are empowering a new wave of experiencing creativity with the potential to inspire new ways to build, create, play and learn, and transform your ideas.

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