Users running legal versions of Windows 10 are advised to wait till they l get alerts inviting them to upgrade and access the new features. But geeks-in-a-hurry can manually update
Microsoft has begun to roll out the Creators Update to Windows 10. But don't all rush..... owners of legal versions of Windows 10 will be invited to install the update -- but that is being done in batches, and your turn may take a few weeks. You can get fuller details of how this will be done here. Once you are invited to update you can still specify a time that is convenient for you, snooze pending updates for a few days and set the time window during which you don’t want to be disturbed by an update.
Microsoft says: We recommend you wait until Windows 10 is automatically offered to you on your device. But If you don’t want to wait, you can manually get the update now by following the steps below via the Software Download Site. This option is recommended for advanced users on devices running a licensed version of Windows 10.
If you want to be reminded, what Windows Creators Update is all about, here is a link to our earlier article on this site describing the key features, including the ability to create content in 3D and even have 3D object printed!