Rumors have been swirling for some time, originally suggesting that Windows 10 Creators Update would deliver to the public during the first or second week of April. Now, Microsoft has come forward and made the official proclamation that the next big Windows 10 update will be start to rollout on April 11:
The Windows 10 Creators Update will begin to roll out to customers around the world on April 11 as a free update and Surface Book, Surface Studio are coming to new markets.
Additionally, as per the statement, Surface Book and Surface Studio are now available to new markets.
Many have also speculated that Microsoft may launch new hardware for the Windows 10 Creators Update, but that no longer looks likely. Instead, Microsoft will highlight new partner products: Windows 10 partner devices bring Windows 10 Creators Update experiences to life
And, why would Microsoft need to deliver hardware updates when companies like Lenovo are creating similar devices already:
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