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Impatient Windows 10 users can download Creators Update April 5

Microsoft winds up work on Windows 10 Creators Update

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Impatient Windows 10 users can download Creators Update April 5

Microsoft said that Windows 10 users eager for the next feature upgrade may download it manually beginning on April 5. Read More

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