Microsoft’s Spring Creators Update for Windows 10 Delayed Due to Blue Screen of Death Issues

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Last month, it was announced that Microsoft would release its next major upgrade for Windows 10 in April, likely calling it the Spring Creators Update. Recent rumors suggested the software would arrive on April 10th, but that speculation clearly didn’t come to fruition. As it turns out, Microsoft had to delay the release of the software due to a serious bug in the Windows 10 update that caused an uneasy number of blue screens of death.

“As Build 17133 progressed through the rings, we discovered some reliability issues we wanted to fix,” said Dona Sarkar in a blog post. “In certain cases, these reliability issues could have led to a higher percentage of (BSOD) on PCs for example.” This has led to the company developing an entirely new build of the upgrade known as Windows 10 Build 17134.

For now, the build will be rolling out to Insiders to resolve any issues and is expected to reach everyone’s PCs in the near future. After all, this build does mark the finalized version of the Spring Creators Update. We’ll let you know when we have a timeframe for when you can expect the Windows 10 upgrade.

One Reply to “Microsoft’s Spring Creators Update for Windows 10 Delayed Due to Blue Screen of Death Issues”

  1. […] Microsoft has announced its next major Windows 10 upgrade, known as the “Windows 10 April 2018 Update,” is officially arriving this Monday, April 30th. The company made the announcement following a delay in release which would’ve seen the software begin rolling out April 10th if it weren’t for BSOD issues. […]

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