This week for Microsoft is undoubtedly a very busy and full of the day, as the April patch session in April this year, not only for Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10 and other systems released cumulative update, but also released Windows 10 Creators Update. First, the cumulative update is very important for Windows users, especially Windows 10 users, to ensure that the device is always up to date, and only need to install the latest version will be able to install all the patches for the system.
For those April 10 through the Update Assistant or Media Creation Tool manual download and install Windows 10 Creators Update users, Microsoft also prepared a cumulative update. At the same time, those who wait until Windows Update to update Creator Update will also get the latest cumulative update while upgrading the feature.
Last week, Microsoft released the first cumulative update for Windows 10 Creators Update users, notably the user feedback that did not receive the installation failed, indicating that there were no bugs and problems during the upgrade installation process. This is very important for the Windows 10 system, after all, Microsoft has released a cumulative update almost every time there will be a variety of installation problems, and even a continuous release of the cumulative update is the case of the problem.
Microsoft tomorrow will be through the Windows Update channel to start Windows 10 Creators Update push, Microsoft also clearly not all users will be updated tomorrow to push. Microsoft will be phased to promote Creators Update, which means that some users may need to wait for some time to get.
In order for all users to upgrade smoothly, new PC users will be the first to get the Creators Update update. The company acknowledges that it will take months to complete the upgrade, but this is necessary to ensure that all work is done correctly, avoiding application compatibility or hardware errors problem
In fact the Windows 10 anniversary update also has the same situation, the major feature update on August 2, 2016 officially released, but the real push deployment is the end of November, which means that the latest users on the line after three months Only to be updated.
Naturally, if some users can not wait for three months, you can also choose the manual installation, but can not guarantee that the entire installation process is smooth. Microsoft had previously made it clear that the manual update was mainly for experienced users, but it was more pure to get the Creators Update direct way.