Windows 10 Spring Creators Update Delayed
– a press release
“The next major update for Windows 10 has been delayed.“
For Immediate Release – April 17, 2018
Muncie, Ind. – The next major update for Windows 10 has been delayed. The reason behind Microsoft’s move to dismiss the target date of April 10th is due to a last-minute bug. According to the Windows Blog, the reported error resulted in “a higher percentage of (BSOD) on PCs” than normal. BSOD, of course, refers to Microsoft’s infamous “blue screen of death” — an always frustrating notification for Windows users that renders machines unresponsive and in need of power cycling.
Microsoft has not yet released a postponement date. However, according to Windows watcher, alias WalkingCat, the update is still likely to release within the month. This is loosely validated by the fact that the internal naming convention for the pending Windows update has been renamed from the Spring Creators Update — formerly known as Redstone 4 — to the “Windows 10 April 2018 Update.” The next major update (regardless of its naming convention or release date) is still slated to include new features, such as Microsoft’s Timeline, HDR support, updated language processing, and additional Fluent Design changes.
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