If you are looking for full free Windows 10 Creators Update ISO file to clean install or upgrade current Windows 10 version on your device, then we have a simple solution for you. You can use Windows Update Assistant tool to download the ISO files for the Windows 10 Creators Update. This method is for those who wish to download the official Windows 10 Creators Update. Although the Creators Update isn’t officially released by Microsoft, that won’t be until the April 11, but you can go ahead and download official version right away using the Update Assistant tool on Windows 10.
Microsoft has released a new version of the Update Assistant tool before the official launch of the Creators Update in just over a week’s time. However, instead of waiting for the official release, you can install new first major Windows 10 update since the Anniversary Update last year using the Update Assistant tool as reported by Neowin that a Twitter user WalkingCat has been able to spot a link of a new Windows 10 Update Assistant tool which you can use to install Windows 10 Build 15063, considered a final version of the Creators Update.
Following message pops up when you use the update assistant tool:
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.
Simply hit on the Update now button to start the installation process which begins with the system check followed by the downloading of the required files for installation.
Microsoft previously confirmed that the Windows 10 build 15063 is the final version of Windows 10 that contains the finishing touches to the Creators Update. The company also released the ISO files for this build 15063 for Slow Ring. Which means you can use these ISO files to install 15063 update, which is essentially a Creators Update.
Windows 10 Build 15063 ISO – Download
You can now use this ISO file to upgrade Windows 10 on your device. You can use a third-party tool such as Rufus to make a USB bootable media to upgrade by clicking here or clean install Windows 10 Creators Update.
The ISO files come with the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) bits to install Windows 10 Creators Update. Microsoft is also on course to roll out a new cumulative update immediately after the official release of the Creators Update on April 11 with bug fixes and improvements.
[Update]: The download link for the ISO files may be available in some reasons because Microsoft has pulled out the links to avoid leaks.
The Update Assistant tool has been updated specifically for the Creators Update. Current version of the Windows 10 Update Assistant tool may not work for installing Creators Update, so update it before starting.
[Update]: The Update Assistant tool has been taken off and may not work for you because Microsoft don’t want users to install the Creators Update ahead of the official launch due to security reasons. The update assistant tool is expected to be back on April 5th just in time for the Creators Update release.