The Windows 10 Creators Update is now rolling out officially to the public

After several months of development, the Windows 10 Creators Update is now ready for the public. Starting today, some users running Windows 10 will be able to download and install the Creators Update via the Settings app much like any other update, with plans to roll it out to everyone over the next several weeks.

The update is rolling out for free and will first be available to a select amount of people. If you're one of the people who haven't received the update today, you can manually upgrade your version of Windows with Microsoft's Update Assistant tool, which was released last week.

What's more, considering it's Patch Tuesday, the Creators Update is rolling out alongside a patch that should make things run even smoother, another added bonus.

The Creators Update features new improvements such as an updated Paint 3D app, Night Light, Game Mode, Edge improvements and so much more. Make sure you check out our official review for a complete rundown of what you can expect to see when the update finally reaches your machine.

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