Here we will tell you about all possible ways to install Windows 10 Creators Update (Version 1703 Build 15063) that Microsoft is going to release on April 11th. Choose the one you like depending on which is more suitable for you and how soon you wish to update.
Requirements For Installing Windows 10 Creators Update
- First of all, you need to have a licence. You must have such if you upgraded to Windows 10 in 2015-2016.
- You need to have about 30 GB of space on your system disk (in most cases ‘disk C’).
Make sure to create a full system backup before installing Creators Update!
Method 1: Get Creators Update Using Update Assistant
Starting from April 5th 2017 you will be able to download and install Creators Update with a help of Microsoft Update Assistant. All you need to do is:
- Go to: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 .
- Click on “Update now”:
- Download and launch the Update Assistant:
- Here click on “Update now”:
- Click on “Next”:
- Wait until the installation is in process:
- Agree to restart your PC:
- Here you can turn off some features or leave them enabled:
- The following window tells you that you finished the installation of Windows 10 Creators Update successfully:
Method 2: Install Creators Update Using Windows Update
Microsoft will deliver Creators Update through its ordinary updates. But the thing is noone knows when exactly you will receive it. Maybe in one week or even in two weeks. Forums on the Internet claim that Creators Update should be available through Windows Update starting from April, 11. So this method is for those who is okay to wait for a while:
Method 3: Install Windows 10 Creators Update From ISO Image
Soon after the release on April 5 Microsoft will update its images on their servers as it is usually done. So you will be able to download a fresh Windows 10 ISO image and reinstall operating system from the scratch like we explained in our article: How to reset Windows 10 when Windows won’t boot.