The Spring Creators Update for Windows 10, which was actually expected on April 10, 2018, was apparently postponed by Microsoft at short notice.
For some days, version 17133 was considered the final version of the Spring Creators Update for Windows 10 and its release was actually expected by many well-informed sources yesterday, 10.04.2018. After all, there are already on the Internet to find ISO files, some of which are directly from Microsoft and bear terms such as retail.
Officially, Microsoft never mentioned April 10, 2018 as a release date for the Spring Creators Update, so you can not really speak of a move.
Internally scheduled appointment postponed
However, Paul Thurrott , for example, reports on Twitter that he has sources directly with Microsoft, which have confirmed to him that the update should actually be made available yesterday. Why this is not the case is not known to him either. However, Microsoft had recently released an update for Windows Insider and Build 17133.
Here, among other things, the distribution mode and the selection of the first to be supplied with the Spring Creators update computers mentioned. Therefore, not all insiders should get this little update for build 17133.
Speculation about other reasons
But there is also much speculation about more reasons, ranging from still-discovered security issues with version 17133 to finding a better name than Spring Creators Update – after all, there’s already a Creators Update and a Fall Creators Update from 2017. Even however, the well-informed Paul Thurrott can not say why the update was postponed and when it is actually officially released.
The last major update was released exactly one week after the patch day of that month, possibly this time. Then the Spring Creators update would be available for download on April 17, 2018 for the first Windows 10 users.