Microsoft today in a blog post announced that Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is finally available for everyone, as the company has completed the rollout of the Windows 10 update. If you are using a supported device, you can now download the Fall Creators Update by navigating to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update.
Microsoft began rolling out Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to PCs on October 17 and starting today, all supported devices will be allowed to download the latest version of the OS.
John Cable, Director of Program Management in Windows Servicing and Delivery at Microsoft added that the Fall Creators Update was the fastest Windows 10 release to reach 100 million devices.
Cable heaped praise on the security in Windows 10, by highlighting fixes for critical security vulnerabilities like Meltdown and Spectre. He also praises the security features of Windows 10 operating system.
“Microsoft build the latest security technology deep into the Windows operating system to provide defense-in-depth features that prevent evolving malware and other vulnerabilities from impacting your device, and layer on monthly quality updates that help your machine keep pace with the evolving threat landscape,” the engineer said.
Microsoft is also making changes to the rollout system. If you use Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise with the device configured to receive automatic updates, Microsoft will be automatically updating these devices to the Fall Creators Update on January 18, 2018.
Microsoft is already testing the next Windows 10 release internally known as Redstone 4 with Windows Insiders. We’re still a couple days away from the official rollout of Windows 10 Redstone 4 update, scheduled to arrive in April.