Anecdotally, Fall Creators Update is up to a more aggressive start than its predecessor. However, we will have to reserve judgment until next month to see if this isn't just the optics of the first few days.
Another notable fact is that Anniversary Update got to over 92% in usage share by the time Creators Update was released. Creators Update got to about 75% only. Time will tell if Anniversary Update loses it's share quickly enough to keep the Windows 10 ecosystem in N + N-1 version state, as it was envisioned.
Note: we don't have the data for the initial rollout of the first update to Windows 10 (1511, also known as Threshold 2). So it's a straight line from 0 to the first data point we have on August 22nd, 2016.