Windows Spring Creators Update Rumoured On The Way
Mike Sanders / 2 years ago
Last year Windows 10 users received two major updates over the year. The creators update in aPRIL 2017 and the Fall Creators update which came in October. While there was, of course, minor incidental updates over the year, these represented the only occasions in which Windows 10 had undergone any dramatic changes that year.
It is difficult to describe exactly what the creator’s updates are. They are not just fixes and improvements, they often include new software. For example, creators updates have seen the inclusion of Paint 3D.
The purpose of creators updates
Generally speaking, they follow the lines of service pack updates. They include everything updates to that specific point. The only real difference is that, as above, creators updates usually include new software for the operating system.
In a report via onmsft, it would seem that the next planned update has seemingly grown so substantial that it might even be declared, formally, the Spring Creators Update.
Is it possible?
It certainly is and generally speaking, the updates for Windows 10, so far, have generally been good and problem free. There are of course always some exceptions.
Given the name, if it does come, we shouldn’t expect to get it until around March/April, but if it is on the way, a more formal announcement should be expected within the next month.
This only leaves us with the Summer and Winter Creators updates to go I guess.
What do you think? Is a Spring Creators Update likely? Is this just the rumour mill at work? – Let us know in the comments!
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