This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft begins the slow rollout of the Windows 10 Creators Update by making it available using the Update Assistant and the Media Creation Tool. Although, you can download the Windows 10 ISO file directly with a simple browser trick.
While the Creators Update for Windows 10 is officially available starting April 11th, it seems that some users are getting confused, as it’s also possible to install the update early, as such this week I published an article detailing how the release works.
Windows 10 version 1703 receives to new cumulative updates (KB4016251 and KB4016252) to address a few issues with the Creators Update ahead of the official release.
Microsoft also made available the first test version of the Windows 10 Redstone 3 (build 16170). This is the next version of Windows 10 expected to launch sometime in summer 2017. The new update doesn’t include new features, as the company is now focusing on code restructuring on OneCore to start adding new improvements.
Finally, this week, a new report from Digital Foundry at Eurogamer revealed the full tech specs for Xbox Project Scorpio, and showed off how the new console will out-perform the PlayStation 4 Pro.
Help & How-To
This week you learned to uninstall the Windows 10 Creators Update, if you’re having issues, or you’re not ready for the update.
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