Windows 10 Creators Update Could Be Released In April

The highly expected Windows 10 Creators Update would take a little longer than it was rumored since new reports suggest that this would actually take place in April instead of March. Although there have been many speculations about this move, it´s not known which could be the reason behind this little delay from Microsoft´s newest update.

Microsoft Hasn't Confirmed The Release Date Of The Windows 10 Creators Update

According to UberGizmo, the reports explain that the Windows 10 Creators Update would be "feature-locked" by late January, which means that the tech giant will spend the few months before the release fixing any kinds of bugs and tweaking the overall package in order to make sure that the launch would be as successful as possible.

Naturally, Microsoft is betting a lot in this update to start 2017 with the highest relevance, considering that this is an important strategy when a company is about to release major products, which is exactly Microsoft´s case with important devices as the Surface Phone. Of course, the company hasn't confirmed any date yet, which makes many people hope that the Windows 10 Creators Update could be before April, which seems unlikely.

There´s A Lot Of Uncertainty Surrounding The Windows 10 Creators Update

As reported by Neowin, the report also explained that the Windows 10 Creators Update will roll out in different stages, just as the Anniversary Update. Apparently, another unknown detail about this move is whether or not the Windows 10 Mobile version would be available at the same time, just as the November update.

Although there´s a lot of uncertainty around the Windows 10 Creators Update, the only fact is that it will release between March or April, so users won´t have to expect not less and no long from these months to enjoy an incredible update that is expected to be as great everyone has suggested in the previous weeks.

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