Windows 10 Spring Creators Update Reportedly Delayed
Microsoft was expected to begin the public rollout of the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update (also known as Redstone 4 or version 1803) on April 10, but as it turns out, the company decided to hold back the release for an unspecified number of days.
Very little is known at this point, especially because Microsoft itself has never confirmed the April 10 launch date for the Spring Creators Update, but cryptic messages posted online by people with knowledge of the matter seem to indicate that there’s indeed a delay hitting the new OS version.
Microsoft, however, published the very first cumulative update for the Spring Creators Update on April 10, fixing a bunch of bugs and addressing security flaws that also existed in other Windows 10 versions.
This cumulative update brings us one step closer to the public launch of the S… (read more)
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