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Looks like 17133 won’t be the final Windows 10 Update build after all


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Many Microsoft watchers were expecting the company to launch Windows 10 version 1803 to the general public this week, but the company apparently hit a blocking bug which ended up holding back the release. Anyway, what many believed to be the final version of the big update did roll out to all Windows Insiders via Insider build 17133, but new evidence suggests that this might not be the final Redstone 4 build after all.


 

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We can confirm 17134 exists, it's a little brave to start announcing it as new #Windows10 RS4 RTM though. (The full string will appear sooner or later on BF)

Who knows what is going on in the minds of MS at this stage. https://t.co/j3pid2BYii

— BuildFeed (@buildfeed) April 12, 2018

 

 

 

According to Microsoft watcher Zac Bowden, Microsoft has compiled a new Redstone 4 build which is currently above the 17133 build number. This is not uncommon, and BuildFeed also confirms this, but it puts into question if this latest Redstone 4 build will actually be considered RTM.

There’s no telling what is going on at Microsoft, but it is highly possible that this new Redstone 4 build is coming out soon to address the blocking issues. Redstone 4 release has already been delayed, so Windows Insiders might have a few more days of testing at least one more build ahead, followed by a general rollout of a post-17133 build to the public.

 

 

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It makes no sense why people are in a hurry to upgrade windows every 6 months no way , Most business are not many will be forced off Windows 7 like they were XP because they have to pay for it.  If people had to pay for it  they would not even care  and once windows 7 no longer gets updates in 2020 and there is no threat left, all the people that got windows 10 for free will most likely have to pay to keep getting windows 10 upgrades because end of windows 10 extended support  is 2020       it use to be years before a SP  would come out on windows and still  years latter when a SP 1st came out they would have regressions  and  many waited tell a year  or more latter to even install a SP because of bugs. :lol:

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From the looks of all the .esd's microsoft has made. https://goo.gl/KdhEpx

I wonder if all the new versions & I haven't seen pricings officially announced.  That might be the blocking bug... perhaps they are afraid what might happen when all these strange new versions suddenly become available everywhere.

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