The Windows 10 Creators Update is nearly here. The next major update to Microsoft's Windows 10 software promises a massive range of improvements and additions which could help make the platform better than ever. The launch is now allegedly just weeks away. According to a source, the Windows 10 Creators Update is now entering the final stages of development and it will be sent to the testers the end of this month. Microsoft has been releasing preview builds of the Creators Update since August last year. They've become less buggy and more feature-rich as the operating system gets closer to the final launch date.
Here are the list of the main features when the Creators Update arrive such as: more changes to its start menu, improvements and interface changes, a new comprehensive Windows Defender interface, updates on Microsoft Edge, 3D and gaming features, a few Cortana updates and other additions of many other minor changes as well. Additionally, during the installation of the Creators Update, users will be prompted to select various privacy settings that include whether Microsoft should collect content so it can display relevant ads to the user, whether the Location setting should be turned on, and similar options. Users can always change these later in the Privacy section of Settings.
Furthermore, Windows 10 Creators Update is not the only project Microsoft is working on at the moment.The next major Windows 10 upgrade, codenamed Redstone 3, is scheduled for launch sometime later this year. The Redstone 3 is expected to bring a number of much-needed updates for Windows 10 as Microsoft aims to get its software on as many devices as possible. Interestingly,this includes an all-new design for Windows 10, with the update bringing a fresher look for the software.