The Windows 10 Creators update adds a ton of new features to Microsoft’s OS – you can read all about them here – but waiting until April 11 for the final version kind of sucks for the impatient among us.
Thankfully, you can get your hands on it a bit earlier. Microsoft today announced you’ll be able to get it on April 5th using a new Update Assistant tool.
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This is particularly handy considering Microsoft is planning a staggered roll-out, so you might actually be waiting a bit longer than the 11th anyway.
The company warns the tool is intended only for advanced users with a licensed version of Windows 10, so proceed at your own risk.