Today marks the second Tuesday of April which means that not only will Microsoft be delivering its rash of security updates, but the company will also start offering Windows 10 Creators Update to Windows 10 users. Microsoft is taking a staged approach to delivering the update. So, even though it will release the update starting today, many may not even see the update offered for days, weeks, or months.
More about that here: Microsoft’s Phased Approach for the Windows 10 Creators Update Rollout
If you don’t want to wait for the upgrade to be offered, you can still use the Update Assistant. Details here: Early Adopters Can Get Windows 10 Creators Update on April 5
IT Pros will probably want to disable the ability for their end users to install their own upgrade. That method is shown here: Disabling the “Get Creators Update” Message on the Windows Update Page
Additional Windows 10 coverage for IT Pros:
- Disabling the Windows Welcome Experience in Windows 10 Creators Update
- ‘Provider is Already Defined’ Group Policy Error after Windows 10 Creators Update
- Converting from BIOS to UEFI Using the Windows 10 Creators Update MBR2GPT Tool
- Turn Off Windows Spotlight in the Action Center for Windows 10 Creators Update
- Disabling the “Get Creators Update” Message on the Windows Update Page
- New Cortana Capability to Shutdown, Restart, or Lock Your Device
- Setting the Default Search Engine for Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 Creators Update
- Preventing Microsoft Edge from Opening the First-run Web Page on Start
- Keeping Favorites Between Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge In Sync
- Windows 10 Creators Update on Mac with Boot Camp Requires Extra Steps
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