Microsoft Could Change Windows 10 Spring Creators Update Name Before Launch
Microsoft was expected to launch the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update (also known as Redstone 4 or build 1803) on April 10, but the company decided to delay it due to a last-minute blocking bug.
While the company has remained completely tight-lipped on both the release date and the reason for the alleged delay, it now looks like Microsoft is planning several silent changes to the Spring Creators Update, including what could possibly be a new name.
First and foremost, it’s the build number. Windows 10 build 17133 has long been considered to be the RTM build of the Spring Creators Update, and the launch of a cumulative update with fixes earlier this week was more or less the living proof. Furthermore, build 17133 has also been released to all rings of the Windows Insider program, and the next obvious step was the public rollout.