The Windows 10 creator’s release is off to a slow start. But that’s a very good thing. This slow release means we’re not getting updates once a week.
Windows 10 Creators Update
I’m an unusual guest. Invite me for the weekend, and I often poke under the hood of any Windows 10 machine at my hosts to see how well-patched it is and if it needs any maintenance. One thing I’ve been surprised by is how slowly and carefully Microsoft is pushing out the Windows 10 Creators Update. In fact, in my anecdotal review of home PCs, I’ve come across very few that have actually received the update. Those that have received it, in fact, most have requested the update directly. It hasn’t been pushed on them.
That slowness has a good side effect: We’re not getting the once a week updates that 1607 was subject to when it came out.
As I said earlier, so far I’ve seen several reports and blog posts of issues with Internet access, missing Power options and issues with Logitech webcams, especially the Brio range of webcams, but nothing majorly trending that I can see.
I’m still watching various locations such as reddit forums to follow what post-release issues folks are reporting.