Microsoft was rumoured to be releasing Windows 10 Redstone 4 to the public today. The company seems to have delayed the planned rollout and is instead releasing a cumulative update to Insiders.
Windows Insiders are getting a new cumulative update (KB4100375) for build 17133, which comes with some security patches, and possibly the fix for the issue that actually caused the delay in the release. Unlike previous Windows 10 feature updates, Microsoft didn’t announce or confirm a release date for the Redstone 4 update. In fact, the company is yet to publicly announce a name for the update.
However, multiple sources previously confirmed that Redstone 4 was supposed to start rolling out today. But Microsoft likely ran into a breaking bug which prompted Redmond to push the release. We’ll let you know as we have more information.