Jeremy is currently running Windows 10 Creators Update as a beta called Redstone 4. It's probably the least reliable build because it's a build that won't be shipped for six more months. Redstone 3 will be a better beta build because it's going to ship any time now. It's better to install that one. That's why they have public betas: to get enthusiasts to shake out all the bugs. But the farther off a beta is, the more unreliable it will be.
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Kyle is having trouble updating Windows 10 to the Spring Creator's Edition on his HP PC. HP has had problems with the Spring Creator's Update and Leo has a hunch the fall update will have similar issues. Leo says not to force the update. Microsoft will only offer the update when the machine is ready to receive it. It locks up after about 35%. Leo says to get it as a stand alone update and update it that way. He should download it directly as a file and install from a thumb drive. If that doesn't work, he can try the latest update from Microsoft with the media creation tool.
Mike wants to know when he'll get the Windows 10 Creators Update. Leo says that Microsoft is taking its time with rolling it out, making sure that computers can support the update. To date, only 18% of Windows computers have been updated after a year. Like the Windows 10 update, it will notify him when it's ready for him to update and install. That's the future of updates now — it's a slow, gradual roll out.