Microsoft encouraging Windows 10 users to install Creators Edition patch
Software giant Microsoft Corp. has officially started encouraging users of Windows 10 to download and install the Creators Edition patch. Among other notably policy changes, the company has formally banned emulators on Xbox.
Last week, the company said that they would make Windows 10 Creators Update, which is also called 1703 or Build 15063, available to technically savvy users from 5th of April using Media Creation tool or Windows 10 Update Assistant tool.
Mainstream users of Windows 10 will be able to download and install the patch starting 11th of April and it will likely take a number of months to complete.
In addition, the company has released the Windows 10 Creators Update software development kit’s final version, along with an update to Visual Studio 2017 that has been designed to hold up the final Creators SDK.
Universal Emulator was delisted from Microsoft’s Windows Store on Tuesday. While the company officially didn’t publish any proof of a letter or notice, developers at NESBox linked to the change in the Windows Store app rules dated 29th o March. It states that apps emulating a game system are no longer allowed on any Xbox.