The Creators Update for Windows 10 is a great release, but it's causing a few headaches for some users.
Although it was available early, Microsoft officially pushed the red button to unleash the Windows 10 Creators Update on April 11, 2017. This is the third major update since Windows 10 first became available back in 2015, and it delivers a wide range of new features and changes.
With this update you'll get support for virtual reality and 3D, as well as new gaming features, improvements to Microsoft Edge, the new Windows Defender Security Center dashboard, and a slew of tweaks on the Settings app and throughout the OS.
This time around, Microsoft is being even more cautious to ensure a smooth upgrade. The release of the Creators Update is happening slower than previous major updates, first hitting PCs tested to work and then eventually rolling out to other devices. The rollout isn't going without glitchs, as many frustrated users are reporting a number of problems and bugs with Windows 10 version 1703.