Microsoft has been rolling out several Windows 10 Insider builds – 15058, 15060, 15061 and the latest 15063. The 15063 was meant for both PC and Mobile and brought in several changes, improvements, and fixes for PC. It fixed a reliability issue from build 15061 resulting in Microsoft Edge hanging and becoming unresponsive. The Windows 10 Creators Update Build – 15063 – has now made its way into the Slow ring.

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Windows 10 Creators Update Build 15063 the final build?

The fact that Build 15063 has already made it into the Slow ring has everybody speculating that this could very well be the final build. With Windows 10 Creators Update scheduled for April, it’s quite natural to speculate that Build 15063 could be the final one. A leaked Update Assistant has also shown that Build 15053 is, in fact, the RTM build number.

Microsoft fan and the well-known serial leaker WalkingCat revealed info about the Update Assistant. For those who don’t know, Update Assistant is a tool that helps you to upgrade to Windows 10 Creators Update. It’s kind of similar to the previous upgrade tools but is not fully functional yet. WalkingCat has also shared a link to Windows 10 1703 test version Upgrade Assistant.

The tool, however, works only on PC with latest insider build installed, greeting you with a message – Thank you for updating to the latest version of Windows 10. If you try running the tool on PC with an older version of Windows 10, you will not succeed. “One of the best features of Windows 10 is that it keeps getting better with every update. This PC is currently not running the latest and most secure version of Windows 10. This PC is running version 14393. The latest version is 15063.”

But there’s good chance that this may not be the final build for Creators update. If you want the official final Windows 10 Creators Update, it pays to be patient till Windows releases it.


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