Microsoft’s Windows developers now have the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17134 (RS4) pushed into the fast ring. And their Dona Sarkar, head of the Windows Insider program, made in the course of some official comments, why the originally planned build 17133 was not yet released as Spring Creators Update.
The big update should be released after general information actually a week ago in the final version to the users. In the short term, the process, which was already prepared in all respects, has been stopped. However, there was no official information about the scheduling or the withdrawal, so that many Windows users waited in vain last week for the big spring update to come. As Sakar explained, the last few tests had some difficulties with the reliability of the build 17133, which in any case was to be fixed before an official release. “In some cases, these reliability issues could lead, for example, to a higher percentage of crashes on a PC,” she said.
Decision against an update Basically, one could of course also solve the problems by directly adding a cumulative update. Then one would have served the waiting users, although faster and as expected, but the update would then also directly in the call, unfinished and with gross errors in the world to have been released. Of course one wanted to avoid that after the long preparation time. Therefore, according to Sakar, it was decided to postpone the official start again. When it should be exactly so far, is still unclear. The Microsoft manager thanked the numerous testers who are registered for the insider program on the occasion and emphasized the great importance of the current development.
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2018-04-17T07: 46: 00 + 02: 00 Christian Kahle