Microsoft delays roll out of Windows 10 version 1803

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 Spring Creators Update: Version 1803 was rumoured to be rolling out this Tuesday, along with other patch Tuesday updates.

As you may have noticed, it is now Wednesday, and there are no updates to be found.

According to Windows Central’s Zac Bowden, Microsoft did intend to roll out the update yesterday. However, the firm found a blocking bug at the last minute, preventing them from rolling out the update to the general public.

This account has been concurred with by Thurrott in an article, albeit with added speculation that the updates pushed out to Windows 10 1803 yesterday contained the bug fix whatever the issue was,

The SCU is already available in the Release Preview ring, and users on that ring are already taking advantage of the new features.

It is currently unknown when Microsoft plans on rolling out the update now, it’ll likely be in a week or so, alongside a name reveal.

Are you excited about Windows 10 version 1803? Let us know in the comments below.

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