Windows 10 Creators Update Now Available for Download from MSDN

Microsoft is now providing early access to their third major feature update for Windows 10, the Creators Update, for MSDN subscribers.

Richard Hay, Senior Content Producer

April 5, 2017

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Windows 10 Creators Update Now Available for Download from MSDN

Today, as part of their planned roll out of the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft has made several versions of the third major feature update available for subscribers on MSDN.

Officially this is now known as Windows 10 Version 1703 - which translates to its readiness for release month of March 2017.

If you or your company subscribes to this service you can go ahead and visit to see the new downloads.

Initially, it looks like they have made the following editions available on the site for download:

-- Windows 10 Home
-- Windows 10 Home N
-- Windows 10 Professional
-- Windows 10 Professional N
-- Windows 10 Enterprise
-- Windows 10 Enterprise N
-- Windows 10 Education
-- Windows 10 IoT Core

There are of course x86 and x64 bit versions of each and it appears, at least initially, the languages on these ISOs are limited to English, English-United Kingdom but the optional Language Pack image is available for Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, German, Greek, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Croatian, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese-Brazil, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Serbian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Chinese - Traditional, Chinese - Simplified, Portuguese-Portugal, and Norwegian-Bokmal.

These should be more than enough to get you started checking out this latest update.

However, if you do not subscribe to MSDN there is an option to upgrade your own Windows 10 devices using the Media Creation tool from Microsoft. We have a complete step by step guide over on the SuperSite: Windows that you an use for that process.


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About the Author(s)

Richard Hay

Senior Content Producer, IT Pro Today (Informa Tech)

I served for 29 plus years in the U.S. Navy and retired as a Master Chief Petty Officer in November 2011. My work background in the Navy was telecommunications related so my hobby of computers fit well with what I did for the Navy. I consider myself a tech geek and enjoy most things in that arena.

My first website – – came online in 1995. Back then I used GeoCities Web Hosting for it and is the result of the work I have done on that site since 1995.

In January 2010 my community contributions were recognized by Microsoft when I received my first Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for the Windows Operating System. Since then I have been renewed as a Microsoft MVP each subsequent year since that initial award. I am also a member of the inaugural group of Windows Insider MVPs which began in 2016.

I previously hosted the Observed Tech PODCAST for 10 years and 317 episodes and now host a new podcast called Faith, Tech, and Space. 

I began contributing to Penton Technology websites in January 2015 and in April 2017 I was hired as the Senior Content Producer for Penton Technology which is now Informa Tech. In that role, I contribute to ITPro Today and cover operating systems, enterprise technology, and productivity.

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