Windows 10 Creators Update expected to arrive in April
Microsoft is tentatively planning to release its next major Windows 10 update in April. MSPoweruser reports that the software giant is planning to finalize the feature set of the Creators Update by the end of the month, before starting to crush bugs and ready the update for general availability. Microsoft had originally planned to release the Creators Update in March, but an April timing is still close to the company’s target.
Windows 10 Creators Update will include a number of new features, but the biggest will be the introduction of the Windows Holographic user interface for Windows 10 VR headsets. HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, and Acer are all planning to release VR headsets that work with Windows 10, with some priced as low as $299. The Creators Update will also include a 3D version of Microsoft Paint, Action Center changes, and a new people bar in the taskbar. Microsoft is also planning to add a blue light reduction feature like F.lux, and a recently leaked Windows 10 build shows that the company will start testing this publicly very shortly.