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What happened to a new open update, Windows 10 chronicle 1803?

Most of us approaching Microsoft to dump a latest and biggest chronicle of a final chronicle of Windows yesterday. The rarely expected chronicle 1803, Redstone 4 — that many of us have been contrast for weeks — looked prepared to go … until it wasn’t.

Rumors are drifting but, as of this writing, a tangible means for a check isn’t public.

Microsoft, of course, has never committed to a recover date. Or a build number. Or even a hokey “Spring after Fall Creators Update” character name, for that matter. (I’m still plugging for “Terry Myerson Swansong version” though doubt it’ll benefit traction.)

Instead of a new version, all we got was a small patch, KB 4100375, that lifted a build series from 17133.1 (which was expelled to a Fast ring on Mar 27) to 17133.73. The official blog post, co-authored by Dona Sarkar and Brandon LeBlanc, says:

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