Creators Update is the official name for the third major update of Windows 10. The new release formerly known with the “Redstone 2” codename is expected to arrive in early spring 2017. More specifically in March 2017, according to a reference found in one of the test build from the Windows Insider Preview program.

The Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1704) will be available for PC, Mobile, Xbox One, IoT, HoloLens, and other products running Windows 10.

With this update, Microsoft will introduce new features and improvements to bring the creator in all of us, including:

  • 3D: Anyone will be able to capture, create, view and share in three dimensions. The new Paint 3D app and the Remix 3D community will be a great focus for Microsoft to bring 3D to the masses.
  • Mixed reality: The Creators Update will be able to handle augmented and virtual reality out-of-the-box for work and entertainment.
  • 4K Gaming: Windows 10 will enable 4K gaming and one-click gameplay broadcasting. On Xbox One, the Creators Update will bring bitstream audio pass-through, including Dolby Atmos.
  • MyPeople: This new feature will unified communication with people in circle no matter the service they use and every everything will happen from a single user interface.

Alongside these major features, Windows 10 will also introduce a slew of smaller improvements around Action Center, Personalization, Windows Defender, and Microsoft Edge.

Redstone 1 has already released to the public, and we know it as the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607), Redstone 2 will arrive in spring 2017, and Redstone 3 is also in the works for summer 2017.

All related Windows 10 Creators Update content, news, features and changes can be found here.

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