May 24, 2018 | Updated: 07:21 PM EDT

Microsoft Update: How to Install Creators Update for Windows 10; Along With Its Features

Mar 21, 2017 03:18 AM EDT

Recently, Microsoft is providing customers a chance to have a reserved spot for the upcoming rollout of the most anticipated Creators Update for Windows 10. Users can simply go to their device Settings app and click Windows Update option; if ever the latest patches are installed, users will see a message regarding the Creators Update.

According to Microsoft, every user must keep in mind that Creators Update isn't automatically available to install. Microsoft Company provides a "Yes, show me how" link that leads to a webpage thanking the user for taking the time to visit Creators Update. Actually, the upgrade will be available is still blurry, but it was claimed by the company that it will be finalized by the end of this year's March.

 "We're now finalizing the update which will be ready to share it with you soon. As soon as the update is ready for your device, you'll receive a notification asking you to review your privacy settings before downloading the update," said Microsoft Company.

Microsoft's Windows 10 Creators Update will surely arrive this April. With this release, the company will also feature its Windows Mixed Reality platform which was formerly known as Windows Holographic. This feature will enable virtual reality and augment reality experiences using third-party mixed reality headsets; Microsoft is now pushing the desktop to have more interactive experiences.

Interested consumers can choose into Windows Insiders club to get early experience in Windows 10 which members have begun receiving Creators Update bits since last year that includes immediate access to the Paint 3D Preview app the moves beyond flat 2D creational tools. According to Thurrott, users can now create and incorporate 3D objects in their scene in which they can download or upload 4D objects for Microsoft's dedicated online portal.

Microsoft's Creators Update also boosts the PC gaming experience on Windows 10; a new Gaming section will be provided to the Settings app enables to modify game's Broadcast features, Game DVR, and its Game Bar. The Creators update will also carry a new Game Mode setting the will turns off all unnecessary services to boost gaming performance in games such as "The Elder Scrolls Online," "The Sims 4," "Battlefield 3," "Rocket League," and "Paragon."

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