This week Microsoft announced that Windows users will be able to download the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update early, from April 5th.

They confirmed this news on their Windows Blog today.

On the blog, they revealed that you will be able to download the Update Assistant tool from Microsoft’s website on April 5th on any licensed copy of Windows 10.

For everyone else, the update will be rolled out from April 11th, after which they will make the update available via the general Windows Update tool on newer PCs.

After that, Microsoft will further roll out the update over the next “several months”, right up until every Windows 10 device has the Creators Update, of which they are around 400 million.

That’s pretty cool news, so if you run Windows be sure to mark April 5th on your calendar to get the update early.

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