Get Windows 10’s Creators Update Now with Update Assistant
Microsoft will start rolling out Windows 10’s Creators Update starting April 11, but it will be a few months before every PC gets it. If you don’t want to wait, you can download the Creators Update from Microsoft right now.
To help keep all Windows 10 systems secure and provide the latest features and improvements, the Windows 10 Update Assistant downloads and starts the setup for Windows 10 Creators Update (version 15063). The Windows 10 Update Assistant will be deployed to Windows 10 PCs that have not yet had the latest update installed.
You can download this tool to manually opt into the Creators Update, even if Microsoft hasn’t pushed it to your device yet. It will also allow you to download the Creators Update a week early beginning on April 5, before its general release starts on April 11. Microsoft’s blog post notes that this tool is for advanced users using an officially licensed, or “genuine“, version of Windows 10.
Download the Update Assistant tool from Microsoft’s website and run it to get started. You’ll be told your PC is not running the latest version of Windows 10.