Microsoft Rolls Out Spring Creators Update For Windows 10

Update operating system Windows 10 will be more convenient

With reliability issues too severe to be fixed in an update, it may be that too much quality control work has been offloaded onto these helpful enthusiasts. As it turns out, Microsoft had to delay the release of the software due to a serious bug in the Windows 10 update that caused an uneasy number of blue screens of death.

The biggest change in Windows 10 preview build 17643 is the inclusion of tabs in nearly every app. With the release of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17134 (RS4), which is available to Windows Insiders on the Fast ring, Microsoft appears to have addressed these issues.

Microsoft says that instead of shipping the Springs Creators Update faulty as it was, and then delivering an update later to fix the issues, it chose to hold off on deploying the defective build altogether. "In certain cases, these reliability issues could have led to a higher percentage of (BSOD) on PCs for example", explains Microsoft's Dona Sarker, adding that Microsoft decided against creating a Cumulative Update package for this issue and developed a new build with the fixes included instead.

For some insider testers, Microsoft released Redstone 4 test build, No. 17134 on April 16. It has no new features but simply corrects the problems in Build 17133 - which should have been the version that we saw being released as stable. As Build 17133 progressed through the rings, we discovered some reliability issues we wanted to fix.

"Regardless of what you decide, it's important to make sure that your PC is ready for a big upgrade as we're very close to the public release of next Windows 10 update". Warren's article also identifies the update's name for the first time: Windows 10 April 2018 Update.



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