Microsoft is due to release Spring Creators Update which is also known as Redstone 4 last April 10, however it did not push through. They have released fixes for the latest release which explains much about the delay. The postponement of the release is in fact a result of some reliability issues concerning the release.
Instead of sending out cumulative updates to fix them, they have decided to create a new build with the fixes included. It is confirmed that the release were pushed out yesterday to people who already have the early build release from the Windows Insider Program.
“This just reinforces that Windows Insiders are critical to helping us find and fix issues before releasing feature updates to all our customers,” according to the Windows Insider Team.
There are no new news up to now when the Spring Creators Update release will be rolling out to the public, but they are targeting to do it before the end of April.
It is good timing to hold back the release to ensure everything works before pushing out feature updates to Windows 10. This reflects Microsoft’s cautious approach not to rush things. Although earlier featured updates received negative comments for the number of bugs that were found, but the more recent ones such as last year’s Fall Creators Update had fewer complaints.
As of now, I would not recommend installing the Spring Creators Update until we are confident enough that it will not disrupt the computer’s performance.
Spring Creators Update release is bundled with various improvements like Timeline which allows users to easily jump back to what they were doing at an earlier point, and Nearby Sharing, which allows for the simple sharing of files and links between PCs and smartphones.
Meanwhile IT admins will probably appreciate the availability of Windows Defender Application Guard on the Windows 10 Pro edition for the first time, delivering a boost to secure web browsing.
Wait it out until the more stable build is out before possibly thinking of installing it on your computer.
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