Windows 10 Creators Update to roll out April 11; Surface will expand to new markets

Mar 29, 2017   |   Steve Clarke

The Windows 10 Creators Update will roll out to customers worldwide on April 11 as a free update, bringing 3D and mixed reality to everyone, enabling gamers to be broadcasters and making Microsoft Edge faster and safer.

“We designed Windows 10 to empower the creator in all of us,” writes Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft corporate vice president, Windows and Devices Group. “To us, that means that everyone has the power to dream big, whether that involves starting a company, developing a lesson plan, inventing a product, developing or broadcasting games, or imagining a whole new world in Minecraft or mixed reality.”

Mehdi also announced that Surface Book and Surface Studio will be available in more markets in April, and that Surface Hub customers will receive new and improved features with the Windows 10 Creators Update for Surface Hub.

Learn more on the Windows Blog, where you can also read about new partner devices that bring the Creators Update to life.

Vanessa Ho
Microsoft News Center Staff

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