Microsoft recently released the RTM version of Windows 10 Creators Spring Update for users of the channel “ Release Preview ” , which is the last step that the company must perform before launching the public.
The Windows 17 build 17133 was released to users in the “Fast” channel on March 27, before being promoted to members of the Slow Channel Insider Program on March 30. Microsoft then pushed the same version to the Release Preview channel on April 5, and wishing to implement a phased launch in order to fully test the devices before a larger launch.
“We released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17133 (RS4) for Windows Insiders in the Release Preview channel. Not all Release Preview Channel Insiders are immediately targeted to receive this build. We are aiming for full availability for the Release Preview on Monday 4/9, but if you want to install it immediately, do a manual update check in Settings> Update & Security> Windows Update, ” says Microsoft.
Windows 10 Spring Creators Update will be released in phases , and not everyone will be able to get their hands on the first day. This allows Microsoft to more quickly resolve the compatibility issues that some devices may encounter, ensuring a smoother experience for everyone.
Microsoft collects information about the first devices that receive the Spring Creators Update, and then improves the upgrade process and resolves reported bugs before new waves are started. It usually takes about three months to complete the deployment of a new feature update for Windows 10. In other words, in the summer, everyone should be able to get it.
Most likely we will see a way to manually download and install the Spring Creators Update. Thus, users who do not want to wait will be allowed to update their devices from the first day, but they will have to take the risk of encountering bugs and other problems.