Microsoft confirmed that the next major update for its operating system is going to arrive early in the new year. It’s called Windows 10 Creators Update and it brings a plethora of new features for the platform. It has been seeding new beta builds to members of the Insiders program for the past few months and now it appears that the final version of Windows 10 Creators Update is available for download early for those who want it.

Microsoft is likely going to announce the general availability of the Windows 10 Creators Update next month. However, ahead of that, it has released Windows 10 build 15063 on its services.

While Microsoft hasn’t confirmed this build to be the final version, sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell The Verge that the company is actually referring to this build number internally as Release to Manufacturing. In layman’s terms that means it’s the final version.

ISO files for Windows 10 build 15063 have now been spotted on Microsoft’s servers after it was released for Windows Insiders last night.

Those who don’t shy away from downloading an ISO file and then mounting it in Windows 10 File Explorer and running setup.exe to get the final build of the Creators Update can find the latest build for 64-bit PC and 32-bit PC on Microsoft’s servers here and here.

Those who don’t want to go through all of that hassle can just sit tight for a few weeks until Microsoft rolls it out over-the-air for everybody.

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