Windows 10 1803 (Spring Creators Update) Could Drop as Early as Today!

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Apr 20, 2018
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Okay, let’s not get ahead of ourselves but the upcoming Windows 10 version 1803 aka Spring Creators Update aka April 2018 Update could drop as early as TODAY! Microsoft just announced promoting Windows 10 Redstone 4 Insider Preview Build 17134 to Slow Ring earlier this morning. Dona Sarkar has now tweeted that the build has also been promoted to the Release Preview ring.

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The next stop? Windows 10 1803 public release!

While there were reports that this second release to manufacturers (RTM) candidate is having its own set of issues including a nasty one with the Settings app, it appears the bugs have been sorted out. Some of our readers who are part of the Insider community also reported that they aren’t facing any issues with the latest RS4 Preview build.

Microsoft was initially expected to release Windows 10 Redstone 4 version 1803 to the public on April 10. However, the initial release date was delayed due to a blocking bug. Hoping that the same issues don’t hit the current RTM candidate, we might just end up receiving Windows 10 1803 as early as today.

Excited for the upcoming Windows 10 version? Head over to this link to check if your machines can run it. Not so excited? You can follow the steps here to temporarily block the new version of Windows 10.

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