It’s been several months since the first preview of Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creators Update was released, and it appears the Redmond-based company is close to a consumer release.
According to The Verge, the Creators Update is in “the final phases of development,” with the company reportedly eyeing an early April release. A separate report from Windows Central recently said the update will begin rolling out to consumers on Tuesday, April 11.
Since the Windows 10 Creators Update was unveiled last year, Microsoft has introduced several insider previews, including a version in February. The Verge claims once the update is available, Microsoft will release several patches in an effort to fix minor issues.
Windows 10 Creators Update
The new Windows 10 Creators Update includes an emphasis on 3D content, a new Game Mode, and a feature that puts your favorite people in the taskbar.
You can read about what the new update has to offer here.