Last week was the expected release of the next major update of Windows 10, known as Spring Creators Update or Redstone 4, but the release had to be postponed. As it turned out, the cause of the delay was one of the most famous errors in Windows – the blue screen of death.

Windows users who take part in the Insider program provided valuable information about this blue screen.  All the data collected from crashes has forced Microsoft to push back the release date so they can work on operating system fixes.

It remains to be seen how long it will take Microsoft to fix all the bugs in order to release an update for all Windows 10 users. The update should include Fluent Design-style interface changes, support for HDR, Timeline function, near-data exchange and other innovations.