The Microsoft software giant has unveiled a new set of steps you can take to upgrade your Windows 10 system to the Windows 10 Creators Update.
It’s not quite a direct upgrade, but it’s a lot more complete than it was in the previous release.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Creators update:The first thing you’ll want to do is go to Settings > Update & security > Updates and set up the update you want to install.
This will take a while, so be patient.
Next, go to Windows Update > Update and then select the update that you want.
Then, click Next.
You’ll need to give the update a name and a description to help you remember what you’re about to install and what you want from it.
The name should be something along the lines of Windows Update: Windows 10 Update.
The description should be more specific.
For example, you can give it the name “Windows 10 Creates Update” and it should say “Windows Update for Windows 10”.
The rest of the description should contain your full name, your Windows username, your email address, and the release date and build number.
Finally, click on Next.
Your update should download and install and then reboot into the new OS.
There are a few things you can do to ensure you get the most out of the upgrade:If you don’t want to upgrade from the previous version, you may want to check out our guide on how to install the Windows Update for Mac app.
Also, if you want a fresh install of Windows 10 from the beginning, we’ve got a full guide on installing the Windows update for Mac here.
If you want the most up-to-date Windows 10, the Creates update has a lot of new features, including Cortana integration, improved security features, and more.
You can read the full changelog here.