Microsoft has started the Windows 10 Creators Update roll out for Windows 10 PCs and Tablets on April 11th, 2017. During its release, Microsoft had indicated that they will be releasing this update in various stages. The reason for this was to ensure that the feedback Microsoft receives from those who were getting the updates in the first Stage will be used directly to deliver it for next stages with improvements.
And today, Microsoft has announced in a blog post that Windows 10 Creators Update is now available for all Windows 10 devices that were eligible for this update. Microsoft has also mentioned that they are now moving away from the targeted offering method used until now for delivering this major update.
All compatible devices running Windows 10 globally will now receive this Windows Update. 50% of all Windows 10 devices are already running Windows 10 Creators Update as reported by AdDuplex monthly reports.
Microsoft has added new Inking capabilities, 3D creation enhancements, PC gaming enhancements and a few additional new features, the update is jam packed with goodies for Windows 10 PCs with the Creators Update. You can read the detailed changelog of Creators Update here.