Microsoft has announced that Windowws 10 in the 1803 version, or Windows 10 April 2018 Update as it is known, is ready for business. So the company moved the issue to the semi-annual channel.
The channel is supposed to be updated every six months, as its name says, and is known to contain the Current Branch for Business.
We are talking about a special update channel for Enterprise versions of Window 10.
Updates are delayed for these versions of Windows 10, as they will first need to go through the consumer-focused update channel. Recall that consumers are considered those who did not pay Windows 10, the common mortals who updated an older operating system in the company "for free" in the latest operating system of Microsoft.
Thus, businesses that have paid Windows (Enterprise) receive updates from the semi-annual channel several months after the official release of consumer information. Microsoft has previously reported that updates will come in every 4 months after general availability, but as seen in Windows 10 April 2018 Update was released earlier.
Specifically, Microsoft officially released the Windows 10 April 2018 Update on 30 April, meaning that the company promoted the new version of Windows to the semi-annual channel in less than 3 months.
This was because he first used AI and mechanical learning to distribute the new update.
Windows 10 to date has been on 700 million active devices (every month) and almost 250 millions of people are already using Windows 10 April 2018 Update according to Microsoft data.
According to the above, immediate updating of your systems with every new release of Windows 10 is wrong.
Waiting for the release of the update on the semi-annual channel and then upgrading might save you from too many adventures and monsters.
For those who did not understand the space between the first release of each new Windows 10 update and the promotion of the version in the Current Branch for Business, fixes the issues that are presented and sent to Microsoft through the telemetry channels.
So, since Microsoft does not seem to take care of the average consumer, but focuses all of its efforts to deliver better services to businesses (crackers), you should take care of yourself.