The speed with which large updates for Windows 10 are deployed – with gradual implementation for several months – has been noticably slow in the past, but some new figures show that Microsoft has accelerated things considerably.
The latest AdDuplex statistics show that on the threshold of the next big update (supposedly called April Update), Microsoft delivered the previous update – Fall Creators Update – to 92.1% of Windows 10 systems.
That is the vast majority of Windows 10 PCs, and it's particularly interesting when you compare it to the speed with which the Creator Update was released (which came last spring): something like a quarter of Windows 10 users They did not have this by the time the Fall Creator Update came up, as Betanews reports.
Therefore, judging by the pace of implementation of Fall Creator Update, Microsoft has managed to learn from any errors that slowed down the previous update (and turned it into a kind of painful wait for some people) .
Of course, the current imminent Update of Windows 10 April has stalled before it has started, thanks to the appearance of a seemingly unpleasant error and subsequent efforts to fix it.
Although, maybe Microsoft has also learned from previous updates in this regard. It is better to take the time to perfect an update, instead of rushing to release it, and risk having another anniversary update debacle (that particular effort was famous for numerous errors).
It is now rumored that April The update will be released in May, which, of course, would be a good reason not to change the name of Spring Creators Update (the alleged previous nickname).