Microsoft delays the release of Windows 10’s Spring Creators Update

Microsoft delays the release of Windows 10's Spring Creators Update

Microsoft delays the release of Windows 10’s Spring Creators Update

Microsoft has delayed the release of Windows 10’s next major update after Microsoft uncovered a “blocking bug” within the OS over the weekend. 

This bug is significant enough for Microsoft to delay the release of the OS, which was expected to release on April 10th. Microsoft will start deploying Windows 10’s Spring Creators Update (version 1803) after they fix the bug, which will likely delay the release of the OS by a few weeks. 

Windows 10’s Spring Creators Update will offer PC users a range of upgrades, from improved HDR support, per-app audio settings, a better Microsoft Game bar and more. Another improvement with update 1803 is reduced system downtime when installing the update itself, making the upgrade process faster. 

  

Microsoft delays the release of Windows 10's Spring Creators Update

 

While the bug within Microsoft’s Windows 10 1803 update is considered rare, the problem is significant enough for the company to hold off the release of Windows 10’s latest iteration. It is likely that this bug was discovered by Windows 10 Insiders, who received early access to the update before the public debut of the OS. 

Microsoft seems to be in no rush to release this new iteration of Windows 10, which means that it will likely take several weeks for the company to fix and revalidate the OS before its public debut. 

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