Delaying Windows 10 April 2018 Update could, overall, prove to be good for Microsoft, since the longer it may take for the company to ship the latest version, the greater number of PCs are updated for this release.

Statistics given by AdDuplex for April 2018 demonstrate that Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) has become running on more than 92.1% belonging to the Windows 10 PCs available to buy, and adoption keeps improving regular monthly.

The second most-used version of Windows 10 at this time is Creators Update (1703), which is often running on 3.2% using the PCs, and then by the Anniversary Update (1607) with 2.9%. It's important to note, however, which a Anniversary Update should cease being receiving support from Microsoft, this could be the primary reason not only for your decline, but for the Fall Creators Update receiving targeted users.
"Redstone 4 just around the corner"

Only 0.7% on the Windows 10 PCs remain to be running the November Update merely 0.4% are stuck regarding the original RTM build shipped in July 2015. On the contrary, 0.8% of the systems are presently enrolled in the Windows Insider program and running preview builds of Redstone 4 and Redstone 5.

When it concerns Surface devices, AdDuplex says the area Pro 4 has actually been the top model with 34%, as you move the Surface Pro 3 can be the runner-up with 20%. The 2017 Surface Pro improved quite fast to accomplish 12.7%.

A unique Surface Book shows a share of 6.5%, even though more expensive Surface Studio all-in-one PC is a lot behind with 0.3%.

Microsoft is now giving the ultimate touches at the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, given that the latest rumors are accurate, the go-ahead button really need to be pressed within the first occasions of May. Initially, the kickoff was projected to set up on April 10, but Microsoft delayed the launch due to a BSOD in the RTM build.