Chime in: When Spring Creators Update hits, will you opt-out of the Insider Program?

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The Windows 10 Spring Creators Update is just around the corner, and Insiders are already testing the build that will go out to the public in early April. Lots of Insiders like joining the program so they can get access to the next version of Windows early, so now that the Spring Creators Update is done, will you be opting out?

So, the Windows 10 "Spring Creators Update" (at least I think that's what it will be called), a.k.a., "Redstone 4," should be released any day now. It's definitely spring time. And I'm anxious for that official release. With Microsoft hitting the Redstone 4 release-to-manufacturers (RTM) milestone, it shouldn’t too far off. For Insider Program members, a new major Windows release can mean...

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It's a legitimate question. I, personally, will be dropping to the Release Preview ring once the Spring Creators Update begins its official rollout. This means I'll remain on the Spring Creators Update, but still receive early app updates and other improvements. Once Redstone 5 is about mid-way through development, I'll switch back to Fast.

But, we want to know what you're going to do! Are you going to remain in Fast and start testing Redstone 5 straight away, or will you drop to the Release Preview or even leave the program once the Spring Creators Update is ready for launch? Let us know in our forums!

Will you opt-out after the SCU hits?

Zac Bowden
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Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.