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Windows 10 Creators Update is the official name for the third major update of Microsoft’s operating system. The new update formerly known with the “Redstone 2” codename is expected to arrive in early spring 2017 — more specifically in April.
In this new update, Microsoft is introducing new 3D and virtual reality experiences, and you’ll be able to play games with 4K fidelity and game broadcasting with Beam integration.
Alongside the major improvements, Windows 10 will also introduce a slew of smaller improvements around Start menu and Action Center, Settings and 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.
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