Windows 10 Creators Update now rolling out worldwide
Windows 10 users all around the world can finally enjoy the new features delivered by the Creators Update without having to download the update separately or to be members of the Windows Insider Program.
According to Microsoft's Mollie Ruiz-Hopper, "New innovations in the Windows 10 Creators Update include 3D in Windows 10, built-in game broadcasting, new tab management features and more in Microsoft Edge, and enhanced security features such as a new Microsoft privacy dashboard."
After many years without any major changes, Paint now becomes a 3D program that also comes with access to the online creative community at Remix3D.com. This website provides access to a library of 3D objects, also allowing its users to share their own content.
Microsoft Edge gets new extensions, tab management, as well as a whole new bookstore, but uses far less power on mobile devices when compared to its rivals.
At last, the Night light setting is also worth being mentioned. Thanks to it, the amount of blue light emitted by the display can be lowered automatically once the user configures this option in Settings>System>Display.
The update rolls out automatically to all Windows 10 PCs in the wild, but this might take a while. Those eager to get the update faster can still download it manually if they wish (details here).