Spring Creators Update will be the name of Windows 10 version 1803

Latest preview of the next version of Windows 10 reveals "Spring Creators Update" as the official name Microsoft is planning to use for its next big OS update.

Windows 10 Spring Creators Update official name
Windows 10 Spring Creators Update official name

It looks like Microsoft will be calling its next big Windows 10 release “Spring Creators Update” after all. Although, the company hasn’t officially unveiled the name for the next version of Windows 10, the latest preview build (via The Verge) for the Redstone 5 update reveals that Microsoft is planning to use the “Windows 10 Spring Creators Update” name for the update.

This will be the third time that the software giant will be using the “Creators Update” as part of the name for a new update. The Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703) was originally released last spring, followed by the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) released in October.

The Windows 10 Spring Creators Update is expected to start rolling out to supported devices at the end of March, early days of April, delivering a new set of features such as Timeline and Nearby Sharing, and new improvements like one-click to setup Bluetooth devices, new settings to manage multiple graphics processors, fonts in the Settings app, Fluent Design tweaks, and a lot more. You can check all the new features and changes in this guide.

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