In a new blog post Microsoft has updated their status of the roll out for the Windows 10 creators update that had started 6 weeks ago. When Microsoft had released this update Microsoft had indicated that they will be releasing this update in various stages.This was done so as to ensure that the feedback from those who were getting the updates in the first Stage will directly delivered with improvements over to those who get it next stages. Microsoft has again appreciated the feedback from those users who are constantly giving feedback in the feedback hub application. Here’s the official statement:
We can rollout to more and more devices with increased confidence knowing we’ve addressed the biggest experience issues facing our customers.
Microsoft has also told as about their the CLIP forum (Customer Listening and Improvement Program). It is used by them for getting the top issues of the updates and then working together for delivering the solutions as to quickly as possible. Have a look how CLIP works:
According to Microsoft their first major roll out expansion for Creators Update has been timed with the May 2017 Cumulative update that has already addressed those issues which were given by the users on feedback hub.