Microsoft has made its Windows 10 Creators Update available to users ahead of the UK release date
The new blockbuster update for Windows 10, dubbed Windows 10 Creators Update, is scheduled to roll-out worldwide on April 11th 2017.
However, those who are especially keen to get their hands on the latest-and-greatest from Microsoft can skip the queue and install the new update early.
Microsoft confirmed last week that it would be making the new update available as a manual upgrade roughly one week before its launch date, and it has made good on the promise.
Those who want to install Windows 10 Creators Update today can do so via the Windows 10 Update Assistant.
Make sure you have the Windows 10 Update Assistant installed on your machine, then follow the instructions within the app to update to version 1703.
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The new Paint 3D app makes creating models easier than ever
The update has been available for a little while to those who are on the Windows 10 Insider Program, but this marks the first time it has been made available to users running a non-beta version of Windows 10.
Windows 10 Creators Update ships with a number of new features.
Microsoft has included a new mode optimised for intensive PC gaming session, dubbed Game Mode.
There are also a number of features that help to bridge the gap between Windows 10 gamers and their counterparts on Microsoft's Xbox platform.
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Windows 10 Creators Update also includes an all-new Paint 3D app which makes it easier than ever to build and create 3D models and items.
Paint 3D offers a simple way to get in to 3D modelling, with a number of pre-set models alongside customised options, all of which can be shared online and even printed in to real-life.