This is how you upgrade to Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft will officially release the highly anticipated Creators Update for Windows 10 users around April 11, but Computer!Totaal has found two ways to get the update for your system right now.

UPDATE: Microsoft has since removed the file from the website. So for now you have to be patient.

Microsoft has made the installation files for Windows 10 Creators Update available online. The company has prepared the latest Builds (version 15063) as ISO files for 32-bit and 64-bit systems. Note that these ISO files contain the English versions of Windows 10 Creators Update, but below you can read how you can also use another option to upgrade your existing (Dutch) Windows 10 installation to Creators Update.

ISO files

The ISO files can be downloaded directly from the links below. You then have to burn the ISO files to a DVD, which can of course be done directly from Windows 10 itself. After downloading the ISO file of the correct version, all you need to do is right click on the ISO file and choose Burn disc image file.


In the meantime, Microsoft has taken the ISO images offline, making it no longer possible to download the files.

Download the 32-bit version of Windows 10 Creators Update here (taken offline)

Download the 64-bit version of Windows 10 Creators Update here (taken offline)

Clean installation

Restarting your computer with this DVD will allow you to perform a clean install of Windows 10 Creators Update. Please note: the ISO files offered contain the English versions. After installing the Windows 10 Creators Update, you can also use the Dutch language settings via the language settings.

By the way, booting from DVD does not allow you to upgrade your existing Windows 10 installation, but only a clean installation. If you want to immediately upgrade your existing Windows 10 installation to Windows 10 Creators Update, use the tool we discuss below.

Upgrade directly from Windows 10

In addition to the ISO files, Microsoft has also made a separate upgrade app available, which allows you to upgrade to the Creators Update directly from your current Windows 10 version. The big advantage of this is that your settings are saved, but you have to enter the privacy settings again once.


After various tests at the editorial office, it appears that this tool does not work. The app does detect that there is a new version of Windows 10 - see also the screenshot below - but when the update is downloaded, it appears that a new version of Build 1607 is just downloaded. That is the Anniversary Update released in the summer of 2016. In the meantime, Microsoft has also taken the upgrade tool offline. Perhaps an error has crept into the software, as soon as a new version becomes available, we will report it here.

The program will first perform a check of your system, and see if there is enough disk space to download the update. The Creators Update is first downloaded completely before the actual installation begins. The download will take about 15 minutes, depending on the speed of your internet connection.

Afterwards, the PC will restart and you will have to go through your privacy settings one more time. After that, the update is complete and your existing Windows 10 version has been updated to the Creators Update.

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