As planned, the fifth functional iteration of Windows 10, which is the sixth official update (Verison 1803), was scheduled to be pushed on April 10, but due to an obstructive BUG, it was urgently called by Microsoft.
Although on April 10th, fast members still harvested Build 17133.73, but with the release of Build 17134 on the morning of April 17, the latter became a more likely RC candidate.
This proves that before the news that Build 17133 has lost the official version of the RTM identity or even the Spring Creators Update, the news of the rebranding will be true.
In fact, Build 17133 had already arrived at the Release Preview branch. It already represents the non-member user's ability to upgrade the experience immediately. Therefore, Microsoft's current actions are quite rare.
According to Insider director Dona on Twitter, 17133 failed the stability test and in some cases repeatedly caused the machine to have a blue screen.
However, in this way, Build 17134 can even be signed as a new RTM and it will take several weeks to complete the process. That is, ordinary users want a large version upgrade to experience a new global event axis. , game bar, operation center, etc., but also need to wait for some time.