Microsoft has now pushed out a new build for Windows 10 RS4 which includes fixes from KB4100375 as well as some fixes for general reliability of the OS. Microsoft initially planned to roll out the feature update on April 10, but the company made a decision to delay the release until the bug is fixed. 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 ideal as it can reasonably be expected to be. Microsoft has revealed that build 17133 was proving problematic and the company says it wants to fix the issues now, rather than after the fact.
Microsoft chose to create a new build in order to fix all these bugs, instead of creating a new Cumulative Update package. In the blog post, Microsoft says that build 17133 was rendering BSOD on some systems, and as that is something the users can not deal with, the update was delayed. Lacking a changelog, here's the complete statement released by Microsoft around today's Windows 10 Redstone 4 17134 release. This just reinforces that Windows Insiders are critical to helping us find and fix issues before releasing feature updates to all our customers so thank you! But if all goes well, Windows 10 17134 will be the RTM build for Windows 10 version 1803 - which should technically be 1804 now.
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Rose Acre Farms of Seymour, Ind., is voluntarily recalling 206,749,248 eggs because they could be contaminated with salmonella . Since the recall, only one local food store has confirmed that it does not receive eggs from the affected distributors.
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Republican Rep. Charlie Dent to Leave Congress in May
A special election called before the November 6 general election could force Republicans to spend millions to defend the seat. The special election would be held under the 2011 congressional district map, and not the new map, the spokesperson said.