Although you won’t find the “Creators Update” reference anywhere, Microsoft assigns an internal version number to each release of Windows 10. For example, the Windows 10 Creators update has a version number of 1703, and the Anniversary Update is version 1607. In this guide, you’ll learn a few ways to check if you’re running the Windows 10 Creators Update on your device.

How to tell which version of Windows 10 is installed on your PC

There are a number of ways to check the version of Windows 10 that you’re running on your PC, but here are two quick and easy ways to make sure you have installed the Creators Update.

Using the winver command

The first option involves using the Run command to identify the version number of Windows 10 that is installed on your PC: If you see “Version 1703” along with “OS Build”, then the Windows 10 Creators Update is installed on your computer.

Checking the About settings page

The second option involves using the Settings app to check the Windows 10 version number to see if you’re in fact running the Creators Update: Once you’re in the About page, on “Version”, you should see the 1703 number, and under “OS Build”, the number should 15063.138 or greater number. About settings page on the Windows 10 Creators Update If you’re not running the latest version of Windows 10, you can use this guide to download and install the Creators Update manually using the Update Assistant or Media Creation Tool. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.