Windows 10 Spring Creators Update delayed as Blue Screen Of Death returns

Doris Richards
April 17, 2018

While Microsoft has not officially named the update (despite using the term "Spring Creators Update" in materials several times) sources state that it will be called the "Windows 10 April 208 Update", according to a video discovered by Microsoft aficionado WalkingCat.

The biggest update that comes with the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17643 is that users can now use the Sets feature with Office 365.

Microsoft picked up on a bug that caused an expansion in unwavering quality issues on Windows 10 build number 17122, the same build of Windows 10 version 1803 that Microsoft chose for circulation to release systems.

Last month, it was announced that Microsoft would release its next major upgrade for Windows 10 in April, likely calling it the Spring Creators Update. Of course, there are always alternatives for the handful of Windows Mobile users out there refusing to leave the sinking ship, like simply accessing on their Edge browsers.

This new feature is now in limited preview and only available to Windows Technology Adoption Program users.

Now, Microsoft will transfer this process in the "online" mode, in which you can work with your notebook without seeing the process of installing a new version of Windows 10. As Microsoft states, it could be more demanding on hardware and if you don't get much of a boost, it's probably not worth the extra wear and tear.

The Data Usage Settings have also been updated to include support for SIM cards, which allows users to see how much data they're consuming while roaming.

Instead of releasing Redstone 4 as is, the company is releasing an entirely new build to Insiders with the fixes built in instead of issuing fixes over Windows Update.

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