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Windows 10 Creators Update Brings Microsoft Cortana To Raspberry Pi 3

Microsoft finally reveals exactly what telemetry Windows 10 collects about your PC

There are now two ways to receive the Windows 10 Creators Update. This update also supports the use of the company's Cortana voice assistant with Raspberry Pi 3, thus allowing users to make unbelievable devices that can accept voice commands.

If you do want to install Windows 10 Creators Update soon, but would prefer to set exactly what time to download, there's also an option for that.

According to a Forbes report, the Windows 10 Creators Update also allows users to pair their smartphones and enable remote locking capability. Beam is the easiest and most interactive way to stream your gameplay on Windows 10.

After that hit the reset button and you have successfully done the clean install of Windows 10.

The Windows 10 Creators Update has finally arrived, and while most will be excited about the upgrades it brings to the desktop OS, there's also a new features that should have Raspberry Pi fans excited.

Though Windows 10 HoloLens is extremely expensive, Microsoft has partnered with other manufacturers like HP, Dell, Lenovo, Acer, and Asus to provide a series of headsets for augmented reality available at a wide variety of prices.

If your windows 10 machine has settings set to auto-download, your PC will be automatically upgraded to the new software.

The other way to get Windows 10 CU is by using Microsoft tools such as the Windows 10 Update Assistant or the Media Creation Tool. That will allow you download the Update Assistant, a 6MB tool that will walk you through the upgrade process, from your current version of Windows 10 to the Creators Update (also known as Version 1703, or by its build number, 15063). Now, the question on everyone's lips is probably what should be expected from Microsoft's Windows 10 Creators Update?

The new Microsoft Creators Update will be made available from today. With more than one tab open, you'll see a new icon to the left of the tab bar (it looks like a browser window with an arrow pointing to the left). The user says the app worked on the Creators Update previously via an update from the Anniversary Update. Click on Windows key, go to settings, then click on Update and Security option.