Microsoft made the Windows 10 Creators Update available to users this week and currently anyone wanting to force the upgrade on their Windows 10 PC can do using the companies Media Creation Tool (MCT) or the Windows 10 Update Assistant.
Next week, on 11 April 2017 - this month's scheduled Patch Tuesday, this same upgrade will begin to arrive on users systems via Windows Update and the rollout will take several months according to Microsoft.
Our coverage of the Windows 10 Creators Update is just getting started here at SuperSite: Windows but like many of you, we want to just jump right into our upgraded machine and start poking around to see what is new and fresh.
In this gallery we introduce you to 10 new areas of the Creators Update that you can put to use with minimum effort while you explore the third major feature update for Windows 10 more in-depth over the next few weeks alongside of our coverage.
If you have any questions about these features or anything else related to the Windows 10 Creators Update please ask down in the comments and we will endeavor to give whatever assistance possible.