Microsoft confirmed the Windows 10 Creators Update late last year. It’s the next major update for the company’s operating system and it brings a plethora of new features to the table. Beta testers have been allowed to take it for a spin and according to a new report, Microsoft will soon be distributing the final version of Windows 10 Creators Update to testers.
Once they’re done with it, this means that the next release is going to be the stable build that’s meant for any and all Windows 10 users across the globe.
The Verge reports that the final version of Windows 10 Creators Update is going to be released to testers by the end of this month. Microsoft is said to be in the final phases of development but it’s yet to confirm a precise release date for the public release.
It’s said that internally, Microsoft is aiming at an early April release for fully compatible devices with a staggered rollout through the rest of the month. Some of the new features that users will get with Windows 10 include a picture-in-picture mode, 3D Paint, a new Game Mode, improvements to Microsoft Edge, security updates for Windows Defender, and more.
Hopefully, Microsoft will end speculation surrounding the release of its next major update for Windows 10 and confirm itself when the Windows 10 Creators Update is going to be finally released for all devices.