Windows 10 Creators Update internally known as Redstone 2 now available for all Windows 10 compatible devices. Actually company started rolling out the update on April 11, 2017. But since this is the major update to the Windows 10 OS not every users will get the update instantly. They also mentioned that they will release the update in various stages.
But today, Company officially announced that Windows 10 Creators Update available for all Compatible Windows 10 devices. Furthermore, they mentioned that they are moving from a targeted offering to full availability for all compatible devices running Windows 10 globally via Windows Update.
Well of course, millions of users are already get the Windows 10 Creators Update and enjoying new “creativity features” such as Paint 3D, Windows Ink and more. As per the report from a cross-promotion network 50% of all Windows 10 devices are already running Windows 10 Creators Update.
The reason to do a phased roll out is that to get the feedback from the devices and deliver the improved and stable version of the Windows 10 to the customer. They are also encouraging commercial organizations to begin deploying Windows 10, version 1703. You can find detailed information about what’s new in Windows 10 Creators Update from here.