How to Download Windows 10 Spring Creators Update
The Windows 10 Spring Creators Update is delayed due to a blocking bug. If you can’t help waiting for the official release of the update, check out the guide on how to download and install Windows 10 Spring Creators Update.
Steps to Download Windows 10 Spring Creators Update
To download and install Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, you need to become a Windows Insider. Before the update, please create a system restore point first and backup your important files. Take these steps:
Step 1. Right-click Start and then click Settings.
Step 2. Click Update & Security.
Step 3. In the left pane, click Windows Insider Program.
Step 4. Use your Microsoft account to register for the program and install Windows 10 Insider Preview builds.
Step 5. Select Just send me early updates and then click Confirm.
Step 6. Restart your PC.
Step 7. Repeat Step 1 to Step 2.
Step 8. In the Update & Security settings window, you could view the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update: Feature update to Windows 10, version 1803.
Note: Click Check for updates if you can’t find the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update available.
Step 9. Download and install the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update 1803 for your PC.
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If you have any questions about how to download and install the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update 1803, just leave comments below.
Help! I make a living from running a small bookkeeping business from home. I have just run the Windows 10 Spring Creators update and it’s wrecked my system. I am able to log into my account, but then get 2 error messages; “sihost.exe – System Warning” & “explorer.exe – System Warning” with both showing “Unknown Hard Error”. If I close the error messages the screen goes black with only the mouse pointer showing. I have access to Task Manager & I do have access to the cmd line mode via Win+R, but I don’t know if that can help me. I have tried several reboots with the same outcome. Please try to help me otherwise I’m in big trouble. Thanks, Max