The twice-yearly update was expected on 10 April and although Microsoft hasn't officially named it yet, it's generally being referred to as the "Windows 10 Spring Creators Update". It read, "As Build 17133 progressed through the rings, we discovered some reliability issues we wanted to fix".
Supremo of the Windows Insider programme, Dona Sarkar, dropped a hint last night as to what might have occurred with the release of build 17134 to the fearless soldiers on the Fast ring. This build doesn't bring any new features but includes the fixes from KB4100375 alongside additional fixes and improvements to make the OS more stable.
Instead of fixing the bug, Microsoft has temporarily issued a new build with a cumulative update. Although, there is not much difference between build 17134 and what the company released. The new build features all the necessary fixes and improvements to prevent the issues that blocked the initial release in the first place.
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In a blog post, Dona Sarkar, boss of the Windows Insider Program, announced on Tuesday that the firm has developed a fix for the 'blocking bug' which prevented the rollout of the update earlier this month.
Microsoft has pushed-out the latest beta for its forthcoming Windows 10, which hints at some of the new features penciled-in for launch later this year. In this manner, the company avoided a massive public outcry if the SCU had reliability issues.
Now, Microsoft will transfer this process in the "online" mode, in which you can work with your notebook without seeing the process of installing a new version of Windows 10.