Several reports last week hinted that the Windows maker is now working on a new build to potentially fix that blocking bug.
The release of Windows 10 Spring Creators Update was expected this month, but the launch date is now seemingly increasingly likely to slip into May.
Build 17133 is how Microsoft refers to the Spring Creators Update, as even though it was expected to launch on April 10, it still hasn't been officially named. Rather than rushing to get the update out and having to issue a launch day patch - something which can be immensely problematic in its own right - the company is instead opting to take its time and ensure that the RTM build that does ultimately see the light of day (whenever that may be) is as close to flawless as it can reasonably be expected to be.
Sources have told the Verge that the current build is the last version of the new update, meaning that we'll soon see a public rollout of Redstone 4 - hopefully within the coming weeks.
Microsoft's unprecedented bungling of the final release of Windows 10 version 1803 has an interesting side-effect.
More precisely, Microsoft says it encountered a higher percentage of Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) errors on PCs, the company's Insiders Program managers said in a blog post yesterday. This build has no new features and includes the fixes from KB4100375 as well as some fixes for general reliability of the OS. And will need to test a cumulative update with it, too. And the firm originally meant to start the staged public release of this version, via the "Redstone 4" feature update, last Tuesday. Or, hop in our Windows 10 Forums for more discussions and troubleshooting advice for all things Microsoft.