Here’s how you can download Windows 10 Update Assistant tool so that you can grab Creators Update using it early before the full global rollout.

Today is the day that the Creators Update for Windows 10 is available for those who know the magic incantation that is required to get the ball rolling, and thankfully that incantation is far from complicated and is actually simply a case of downloading a small app. That app is the Windows 10 Update Assistant.

As the name might suggest, the Windows 10 Update Assistant is a tool which eager downloaders can use in order to get their hands on software updates a little earlier than those who opt to wait for the usual Windows Update channels to work their magic. You can download the tool now, install it, and have your hands on a copy of the Creators Update with minimal fuss. It’s all super easy.

We have actually covered the steps required to get the Update Assistant all installed and ready to rock and roll, so be sure to head on over to our existing post for the lowdown on what needs to be done there. Once all ready to go, downloading the Creators Update is only a matter of minutes away, assuming you have a nice and fast internet connection of course.

The Windows 10 Creators Update has been eagerly awaited and promises to bring a raft of new and improved features to the platform. While not all will appear to everyone, we think that most people will be able to appreciate some of the new additions in this update, whether that be the new 3D Paint app or support for 4K built-in Beam broadcasting for gamers.

Windows introduces the next wave of innovation with the Windows 10 Creators Update, giving you new creativity and gaming experiences built around the people who matter most. Do amazing things in 3D and virtual reality, quickly connect and share with your key people, and enjoy epic gaming with 4K fidelity and game broadcasting.

Download the Windows 10 Update Assistant from Microsoft here, and of course get the Creators Update today!

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