In a couple of weeks from now, probably in April, Microsoft will release the Creators Update, one of the two major updates to Microsoft Windows 10 that will roll out this year.
There will be some real changes to the operating system. You’ll get more control over Windows updates, some improvements to the Edge browser, some nice interface tweaks — including to the Start menu — and more.
Microsoft has been releasing preview builds of the Creators Update since August; they’ve become less buggy and more feature-rich as the operating system gets closer to the final release date. Here’s a preview of what to expect, based on the latest builds and information made public by Microsoft.
When the Creators Update hits, you’ll no longer be unexpectedly interrupted when Windows decides to do an update.