This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft made available three test previews of the Windows 10 Creators Update, including build 15058, build 15060, and build 15061 to the Fast ring. However, these are just minor updates not introducing new features, as the company is currently only focused on getting the update for the early April launch.
Although the Creators Update will bring a slew of new features and changes, Microsoft has announced more than a dozen good features will be removed with version 1703.
If you’re still wondering when the Windows 10 Creators Update will release, a new report this week suggested that Microsoft is planning to finalized the update by the end of March with a public release on April 11, 2017.
Cumulative update KB4013429 for the current release of the OS addressing a number of issues and general improvements for version 1607.
A new rumor emerged this week suggesting that Microsoft is getting close to unveil its Surface Book 2, which will embrace a traditional laptop characteristic ditching the detachable display design. Xbox One ditches old OneDrive app for the new modern version available on Windows 10. And Windows 10 users will soon be able to try apps instantly without installing them first with a new feature called Playable Ads.
Finally, as a result of Microsoft’s new hardware policy, some PCs with new processors are no longer getting updates for Windows 7 or 8.1, as the company wants customers to upgrade to Windows 10.
Help & How-To
This week you learned the steps to set a custom accent color and change the screen resolution in the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update.
How to download the Windows 10 build 15058 for those who want to test version 1703 of Windows 10 before anyone else.
While it may be obvious for many users, there are still a lot of folks who don’t know what’s the Windows 10 Creators Update, and this week I publish a new story detailing all the basic information.
Other interesting resources:
Support the site
This site is all about helping you to get the most out of your gadgets. However, there is always room for improvement, as such don’t forget to send suggestions, feedback, or mention anything you want to learn in the comments below.
It’s not easy. It takes long hours of work to bring you new content. Consider supporting the site by using the PayPal button at the bottom of the page to donate. Thank you.