Windows 10 Creators Update will be available for users worldwide on April 11

Windows 10 is the best optimized operating system Microsoft has ever released. Windows 10 combines the best aspects of Windows 8 and Windows 7, while introducing tons of new features and improvements. Microsoft has been rolling out new updates for Windows 10 that add up to a better user experience.

According to Microsoft, its high-anticipated Windows 10 Creators Update will start rolling out to millions of Windows 10 users on April 11 following a long-time beta stage. The release comes out at the same time with Microsoft’s next Patch Tuesday. In reality, Microsoft has already made the download images of Windows 10 Creators Update available for users worldwide, so if you are running out of patience, you can get it now.

Microsoft announced that the final build of Windows 10 Creators Update will initially target devices with Windows 10 Anniversary Update installed and gradually hit existing Windows 10 devices.

In reality, Windows 10 Creators Update has been available for developers for testing purposes for a while and with it comes a whole slew of new features and enhancements including Night Light, stock app updates and much more.

One of the most noticeable additions to Windows 10 Creators Update is its Game Mode, specifically designed for gamers. Basically, once enabled, Game Mode prevents system tasks from stealing resources from your games, thus making sure that games run at the best frame rate possible. Besides, Microsoft is also rolling out its Beam streaming to the Xbox app on Windows 10, letting users easily stream their game content on their machines.

If you are a creator, you will be happy to know that Windows 10 Creators Update now includes a new 3D Paint app that allows you to create 3D objects, eliminating the need for a third-party app to be installed on your device. Besides, there is also support for 360-degrees videos in the movies and TV app.

As for Microsoft Edge, with Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft has added a new tab management feature that allows users to store tabs. There is still a lot to explore in Windows 10 Creators Update. Keep in mind that Windows 10 Creators Update will begin its rollout starting April 11, so make sure that you get the update when it hits your machine.

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