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We were supposed to get Windows 10 build 17133 last week – but we didn’t. As it turns out, their comfortable threshold, so they pulled the build. They could have fixed the issues with a Cumulative Update, but they didn’t. While I’m sure Microsoft doesn’t want you to avoid Windows Updates, cough cough, the feature updates are kind-of the blank slates that get updated, so it’s probably for the best that they meet a certain level of stability. I mean, it would suck to not be able to install an update because your machine crashes before it installs the update that fixes the crash, right? Fast forward a week, though, and we now have a new build, 17134, which is being pushed to Insiders. This means that it will probably be a bit of time before the public gets their hands on it. It would seem kind-of odd to push a build to Insiders and then YOLO it to the world at large the very next day. Maybe next week? Maybe the week after? No idea. It’s coming, though.