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  1. JT Daddy's Avatar
    Ah, I see, I was looking at the wrong thing
    04-01-2018 08:46 AM
  2. Sotfig's Avatar
    Yes, I'll opt out until about 1-2 months before the fall update. I only use it on my every day computer now.
    04-01-2018 08:47 AM
  3. brucebinder's Avatar
    So, the Windows 10 "Spring Creators Update" (at least I think that's what it will be called), a.k.a., "Redstone 4," should be released any day now. It's definitely spring time. And I'm anxious for that official release. With Microsoft hitting the Redstone 4 release-to-manufacturers (RTM) milestone, it shouldn’t too far off.

    For Insider Program members, a new major Windows release can mean it's a good time to opt-out for a while. Why? Read this useful post by Windows Central writer Mauro Huculak.

    Will you opt out, or remain in the same Ring you're in? Why or why not?
    Optout
    04-01-2018 12:17 PM
  4. Sunstorming's Avatar
    But that is what it is all about :D!
    It is all about the tech stuff and having to spend tedious time trying to figure out how to reproduce the bug. Then spend more time looking for any existing feedback in Feedback Hub that even sounds slightly similar, and if nothing is there already, spend even more time writing about it yourself, making sure you are not misunderstood in the process xD … and doing the repro one more time... then the Feedback Hub either crashes, or stops recording, or your bug is no longer reproduceable, while the recorder is on … yeah ^_^
    I think its fun to begin with. It was in 2015, 2016 and even up til mid 2017. However there are no really new 'features' I cannot live without and as much fun as watching a Surface reimage is, I have other things to do these days.
    04-01-2018 01:01 PM
  5. Rahsna Asurac's Avatar
    I think its fun to begin with. It was in 2015, 2016 and even up til mid 2017. However there are no really new 'features' I cannot live without and as much fun as watching a Surface reimage is, I have other things to do these days.
    That is fair enough, it is important only to be in the program because you enjoy it either for what it does for you or others, and not for any other reason :)
    04-02-2018 07:12 AM
  6. Carlo Razzeto's Avatar
    So, the Windows 10 "Spring Creators Update" (at least I think that's what it will be called), a.k.a., "Redstone 4," should be released any day now. It's definitely spring time. And I'm anxious for that official release. With Microsoft hitting the Redstone 4 release-to-manufacturers (RTM) milestone, it shouldn’t too far off.

    For Insider Program members, a new major Windows release can mean it's a good time to opt-out for a while. Why? Read this useful post by Windows Central writer Mauro Huculak.

    Will you opt out, or remain in the same Ring you're in? Why or why not?
    Ever since creators I have decided to just remain on release preview all the time, and I will continue to do so.
    04-02-2018 07:15 AM
  7. digitaldd's Avatar
    I dropped out long ago. There were 3 monthly builds back to back to back that all featured reboot loops. followed by rolling back to the previous version. Fix always seemed to be to download the latest ISO of the insider build and reinstall. Same test device (3 year old Lenovo consumer laptop) on the regular builds hasn't had any issues yet.
    04-02-2018 09:32 AM
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