Microsoft has completed the development of Windows 10 Spring Creators Update and it seems that the update is finally ready for the general public. A new report today claimed that the Redstone 4 has reached the RTM milestone, and it appears that the update could be released on April 10.
If the new report is believed to be true, Windows 10 Spring Creators Update release date could be April 10. The launch would again take place in stages, a few users in the production ring could receive Windows 10 Spring Creators Update on April 10. Microsoft needs up to two months to complete the rollout of the Spring Creators Update. The rollout also depends on the region and as well as the reported bugs.
The release date of Windows 10 Spring Creators Update is however still uncertain but it’s likely that the update will be available by mid of April. Without an official announcement, it’s really not possible to predict the release date.
As we noted above, Microsoft has signed off Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, and the company is expected to release the RTM build in a couple of days. There still are a few questions that are yet to be answered, it’s likely that Microsoft will post a blog to detail the plans.
Windows 10 Spring Creators Update is a version packed with many new features and improvements. A lot of new changes might be bit buggy on some hardware, so the software giant prefers to roll out updates in stages. You can always signup for Windows Insider program and enroll your device in the Release Preview Ring.
Last year, Microsoft explained that the staged release helps as if any user reports compatibility issue, the company could address it before shipping the update to a larger audience. Microsoft analyzes the collection feedback to address the bugs in the new version of Windows 10 operating system.
Microsoft has already started working on Redstone 5 update and the software giant is expected to accelerate the development of the next version of Windows 10 after the release of Spring Creators Update. While the Redstone 4 update will be released in April, the Redstone 5 is projected to be finalized in September this year.
To summarize, Microsoft will reportedly begin rolling out Windows 10 Spring Creators Update on April 10. The company will release a couple of new builds before rolling out the update to the general public. Microsoft will also publish a blog post with the launch date of Redstone 4 update along with the rollout plans.