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Windows 10 Creators RTM Build 15063 ISO

Windows 10 Creators RTM Build 15063 ISO
Version: Home + Pro x86/x64 | Language: English | Size: 3.8 + 3.8 + 2.8 + 2.9 GB

Microsoft has made available to download Windows 10 Creators Update build 15063 RTM ISO files available early for those who want to be able to install it ahead of its official launch. Microsoft has not yet confirmed that Windows 10 build 15063 is the final RTM, shipping Creators Update but sources have apparently confirmed that this is the build that Microsoft employees are internally dubbing the Release To Manufacturing, or RTM build.

Next month, Microsoft will release its Windows 10 Creators Update, the first major upgrade to the operating system since its Anniversary Update arrived last August. When Microsoft first announced details of the Creators Update in October, it focused - unsurprisingly - on the new features that it said would nurture and inspire creativity in the hundreds of millions of people who now use the OS around the world.

But while some of those features obviously and directly target that aim to boost creativity, such as the new Paint 3D app, the Creators Update is packed full of all sorts of other handy and impressive new features. Most of these have no direct connection with 'creativity', or even content creation, but many of them should still prove to be very useful.

Indeed, a great deal of those new features will simply make Windows 10 a 'better' OS, with a more complete, more secure, and more cohesive user experience. That may well help to boost creativity - as well as productivity - in unexpected ways.

Millions of people on the Windows Insider Program have had access to these improvements and new features over the last seven months or so, and have seen the Creators Update gradually coming together through the regular release of new Windows 10 preview builds. This coming week, Microsoft is likely to publish its 'release candidate' build - the near-final version of the Creators Update - for a last wave of improvements, adding a bit more polish before the update is made generally available next month.

For those who haven't been testing Insider Previews since the first 'Redstone 2' release, build 14901, which was made available last August, here's an overview of some of the major new features and improvements to look forward to in the Windows 10 Creators Update.

What's New in Windows 10's Creators Update
Paint 3D

One of the first announcements that Microsoft made regarding the Creators Update was a major overhaul for one of the most familiar built-in Windows applications. Paint 3D is a radical revamp of the classic Paint app, integrated with one of Microsoft's key mantras for the Creators Update: "3D for everyone".

The company aims to make it much easier for anyone to create 3D content that can be shared on social media, or added to documents, websites or apps. It even showed off a remarkable new Windows Capture 3D app, which can use the camera on an ordinary smartphone to 'scan' real world objects which are then turned into 3D models that can be manipulated on screen - but it hasn't yet released that app, even in preview form.

Mixed reality

Last August, Microsoft revealed that it would be bringing its Windows Holographic shell to Windows 10 PCs as an integrated component of the OS. It followed the company's announcement in June that it was opening up Windows Holographic to all manufacturers, promising that new devices running its mixed reality shell were "months away".

Windows Ink

Microsoft made a huge range of improvements for stylus-toting users with the Anniversary Update, and it's delivering more new features to the Windows Ink experience in the Creators Update.

Microsoft Edge

Perhaps the most significant change to the Edge web browser is Microsoft's decision to begin blocking Flash content by default, improving security and performance, as well as offering some battery life improvements on mobile PCs.

E-books in the Windows Store

With the Creators Update, Windows 10 users will be able to buy e-books from the Windows Store, and read them in the Edge browser. Books purchased from the Store come in PDF form, but Edge also supports reading of DRM-free EPUB formats.

Windows 10 themes

Downloadable themes are another new addition to the Windows Store as part of the Creators Update. The first themes appeared for Windows Insiders in December, and were officially announced as part of Microsoft's release of build 15007 a month later.

It will also be allowing users to set custom 'accent colors' for the OS, which had previously been restricted to a limited selection of Microsoft-approved options.

Night Light

Originally introduced as 'blue light settings', Night Light is a new feature for Windows 10 PCs that will enable users to reduce the amount of blue light emitted by their screens in the later hours of the day. This includes the ability to gradually transition from the standard 'day' display to Night Light over the course of a couple of minutes.

Improved high-DPI support

The Creators Update brings better support for desktop apps on high-DPI displays. Some of these improvements are enabled by default on certain desktop apps, but Microsoft says "you can enable them yourself for other GDI-based applications too".

802.11ad Wi-Fi

The Creators Update will be the first version of Windows 10 to support 802.11ad, a new Wi-Fi standard that uses the 60GHz spectrum, rather than the 2.4GHz and 5GHz options used by devices today.

Previously known as 'WiGig', 802.11ad is intended to provided ultra-fast wireless connectivity at close range - and ideally, within line of sight.

Precision touchpad

Sometimes, the smallest changes can make a big difference to improving the usability of a device. Microsoft has made OS-level improvements to its precision touchpad support, which make using gestures far more pleasant.

App folders on the Start menu

This new feature will already be familiar to Windows phone users, but Microsoft is finally adding the ability to group apps together in Start menu folders on Windows 10 PCs.

Picture-in-picture mode

Apps built on the Universal Windows Platform will now be able to support the new 'Compact Overlay' feature - essentially a picture-in-picture mode for Windows 10. This feature will allow users to continue watching a TV show, for example, while they get on with work in another window.


There's a wide range of improvements and new capabilities in Microsoft's digital assistant as part of the Creators Update, including:

Ability to turn off, restart, lock, and 'sleep' your computer using Cortana voice commands
Better support for recurring (e.g. monthly or annual) reminders
Cortana can help you pick up where you left off when working between different Windows 10 PCs, displaying your recent apps, documents and sites from Microsoft Edge
Cortana sign-in using Azure Active Directory identity
Full-screen display when using 'Hey Cortana' when your PC is unlocked and idle
New support for controlling music playback and volume in iHeartRadio and TuneIn Radio
Unfortunately, as with all Cortana features, availability of these additions will vary around the world.


Microsoft has made it clear that it wants to embrace gaming on Windows 10 in a way that it's never previously done with its operating systems. There are strong indications that it's succeeding - in November, Alienware's CEO noted that Microsoft had all but abandoned PC gamers with Windows 8, but that Windows 10 had changed everything.

Improved accessibility

In December 2015, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke of the importance of "universal design", and said that the company must do more to make its products accessible to "people globally of all abilities". The Creators Update includes some important new features to improve accessibility and ease of use for more of its users.

Security enhancements

Microsoft has often stated that Windows 10 is the "most secure" version of its operating system to date, but the company isn't resting on its laurels. With the Creators Update, it's introducing new measures to help users stay secure while using their devices - whether they're consumers, or in enterprise. These include:

'Windows Goodbye'

While Windows Hello provides biometric authentication for Windows - based on a scan of your face, iris recognition, or fingerprint input - a new feature nicknamed 'Windows Goodbye' will also bring an extra bit of security to the Creators Update.

"More control over your data"

Along with new security features, Microsoft is also improving privacy controls in Windows 10, including a new out-of-box setup experience for the Creators Update, which offers clearer explanations of why the company is collecting certain user data, and more granular controls to enable or disable that collection.

A better update experience

Microsoft has introduced the new Unified Update Platform, designed to provide a more 'seamless' update process for Windows 10. But another key function of the UUP will be to make major updates much smaller. This will involve only installing "a differential download package [that] contains only the changes that have been made since the last time you updated your device, rather than a full build."

Windows 10 Mobile

The list of new additions and major improvements to Windows phones is much shorter than of those heading to PCs, although some of the features listed above will also be supported on Windows 10 Mobile devices.

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