Are You Ready For Spring? [Windows 10 Spring Creators Update]

By | April 3, 2018
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Are You Ready For Spring? [Windows 10 Spring Creators Update]

Rumor has it that Microsoft will begin rolling out Windows 10 Version 1803 next week. The release date is rumored to be April 10, 2018.  Of course, not everyone will get it that first day, or that  first week, or even that first month. It will take several months for the update to reach everyone via Windows Update.

Of course, as soon as it’s officially released you can go to this page and click the “Upgrade now” button. But don’t go there until version 1803 is released, otherwise you’ll get Windows 10 Version 1709 (Fall Creators Update). But Microsoft will change that page and the upgrades on it to Version 1803 (Spring Creators Update) as soon as it is officially released.

Microsoft has not yet released the name of the next version of Windows 10 other than we know it will be version 1803.  But the best and the brightest all agree that Microsoft will call it Windows 10 Spring Creators Update.

But what if you want to wait until a few million people have installed it and Microsoft has ironed out any and all bugs that those eager Spring Creators Update adopters have encountered. Well, if you’re using Windows 10 Home the only sure way to completely avoid the update – until you’re ready – is to switch to Metered connection. Read our tutorial on Metered connection here.

So, are you ready for spring? The Windows 10 Spring Creators Update that is.

Take our poll and let us know!

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2 thoughts on “Are You Ready For Spring? [Windows 10 Spring Creators Update]

  1. Janice M

    Not sure I’m ready–but I suppose I leave auto update on. MS tried to install some auto updates yesterday: my computer went goofy then the only thing I could do was to do their “tool fixer” then I did a restore and all is running ‘normal’ now! (Because of you two, I knew what to try so another big THANK YOU!)

  2. Sonjia

    I’m about tired of all these updates. For me it’s frustrating, especially getting several updates a month, sometimes. Wish Microsoft would only do updates a couple times a year any way. Hope Win 10 will soon settle down, and slow down on all the updates every month. Of course, I want to keep this computer up-to-date, and I keep up with my updates, but I sure don’t look forward to them any more, because I had an update that refused to update on this computer, and it wouldn’t let other updates happen. It about drove me crazy. Now I’m afraid to install new updates. Bad updates left a bad taste in my mouth.


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