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How To Download Windows 10 Creators Update Right Now — (Update Assistant Tool And ISO Files)

Short Bytes: It looks like Windows 10 Creators Update has arrived early. The Windows 10 Build 15063, which is the RTM Build for Windows 10 Creators Update, is now available for download. The interested users can also use Windows 10 Update Assistant tool to perform the upgrade.

Microsoft has decided to roll out the final build of its Windows 10 Creators Update a little early. At the moment there isn’t any official confirmation, but various sources and evidence indicate that Microsoft is internally referring the Windows 10 Build 15063 as the RTM (Release to Manufacturing) build.

The complete roll out the RTM build of Windows 10 Creators Update is expected to start in the upcoming weeks. But, that doesn’t mean you need to wait for it. There are a few methods that you can employ to grab Windows 10 Creators Update right now.

How to get Windows 10 Creators Update now?

1. Windows 10 Update Assistant Tool

Microsoft hasn’t made any official announcement yet and it’s possible that any such announcement won’t be made at all. However, the Windows 10 Creators Update is now rolling out via Windows 10 Update Assistant tool.

This tool allows the users to upgrade their current Windows 10 builds to the Windows 10 Creators Update build. You can download the Windows 10 Update Assistant tool by using this link and run it. It’ll upgrade your Windows 10 version to the latest version.

2. Windows 10 Creators Update ISO

As first reported by Neowin, the ISOs for Windows 10 Build 15063 are now available on Microsoft’s servers before their official release. Below are the download links for 64-bit and 32-bit versions:

Many Windows enthusiasts have installed the ISO on their systems and reported no issues.

So, if you’re looking to perform the upgrade early and enjoy Windows 10 Creators Update, use any of the above methods.

Microsoft is also expected to release future cumulative updates for Windows 10 Build 15063 with the 15063.XXXX build number.

So, are you planning to perform the Windows 10 Creators Update? Don’t forget to share your views and experiences.

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