A few months ago Microsoft announced that Windows 10 would be getting a new update called the Windows Creators Update soon and that release date is today for the selected beta tested with the new Windows 10 preview build (15002).

With this release, we have found out about a number of features about the update including the inclusion of a new blue light reduction feature that will automatically reduce the amount of blue light that is emitted from your PC at night.

They have also made better settings for the display options in Windows 10, with the ability to easily switch resolution and improve DPI settings with a couple of clicks. And that’s still not all.

The latest test build also builds a new tab preview bar in Microsoft Edge, with the added ability for desktop apps to override DPI settings.

They are also beginning to block Flash from this build, and from today, Microsoft Edge will block untrusted Flash content by default, this comes alongside Microsoft Wallet support and some slight UI changes with a new Green Screen of Death.

That’s about all that we know about the update so far, however, as we hear more we will be sure to let you know.

If you are one of the beta testers you should be able to check out some of the new features today. It is expected that Microsoft will finalise the Windows 10 Creators Update by the end of this month, with a release in April to all current Windows 10 Users.

You can find out more about the update at the source link below, where they have detailed some other features of the update.

Source: Microsoft

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