Microsoft has said it will not be able to release a final version of its latest update for Windows 10 before the end of April.
Microsoft’s Windows software updates are currently rolling out to PCs, tablets, phones and other Microsoft hardware partners, but the company is not yet ready to deliver the final Windows 10 OS update to the public.
“We are currently not planning to release the final version to the general public before the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (April 28, 2019) ends in April, but will be providing a brief update when it is available,” Microsoft said in a statement.
“The final Windows update will not have any significant impact on our customer’s systems or applications.”
Microsoft has released several updates for Windows, including Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 Enterprise.
Microsoft released its Windows 10 build in March for PCs, but it has since moved to releasing it for Android devices, Macs, Windows 10 PCs, Xbox consoles and Windows 8.1 PCs.
In April, Microsoft also announced it would be releasing a Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform (UWP) update for its PCs and tablets, which would add support for DirectX 12 and Vulkan API features.
Microsoft has not released a Windows update for Android phones and tablets since February, although Google announced plans to roll out its own update for those devices in September.