The Windows 10 Creators Update technically doesn’t roll out until April 11, but Microsoft is letting enterprising users get a head start today. The company today released an Update Assistant tool that will help users upgrade to the official Creators build.
Granted, if you’re the type of person who can’t wait a week for the general rollout, chances are you are already on Microsoft’s Insider builds and have had a taste of what’s coming for quite some time.
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Still, it can be a useful tool if you want to give the Insider Program a break and jump back into a stable build for longer than a couple of weeks; Microsoft recently warned users that upcoming Insider builds might be more buggy than usual.
Alternatively, you can now download an ISO file for a fresh install from this page. And if you don’t know what an ISO file is, you shouldn’t be doing this anyway.