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Microsoft is Releasing a Windows 10 ‘Spring Creators Update’ to the Surprise of No One

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After naming its last two major Windows 10 updates Creators Updates, Microsoft is sticking with its tired naming scheme and name its next upgrade, currently scheduled for release this spring, the Spring Creators Update. The news was first reported by developers on Twitter who discovered the name within one of the latest test builds of Redstone 5.

It remains unclear if this is the official name or not, but there’s a really good chance it is. Last year during the fall, Microsoft called its update the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Since spring is right around the corner, it makes sense for the company to follow tradition and use the same name yet again.

With that being said, here’s to hoping Microsoft doesn’t call this fall’s update the Second Fall Creators Update.

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2 Replies to “Microsoft is Releasing a Windows 10 ‘Spring Creators Update’ to the Surprise of No One”

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