Windows 10’s April 2018 update is now available to download

Windows 10's April 2018 update is now available to download

Windows 10’s April 2018 update is now available to download

Microsoft has officially released their new April 2018 update for Windows 10, which offers several feature upgrades as well as other usability changes. Starting now the update will roll out to systems across the world, though the upgrade may take several weeks to reach some users. 

Amongst other things Microsoft’s April Update offers Windows 10 users enhanced HDR support, new timeline and dictation features, a reduction in Windows Defender notifications (allowing users to get rid of those successful scan pop-ups) and audio preferences on a per-app basis. 

This update will also add several new features to Microsoft’s Edge browser, making the app slightly faster while offering users per tab muting functions. These features will improve Edge’s usability and make it a more viable alternative to Chrome and Firefox. 

Windows 10's April 2018 update is now available to download

 

Starting today, Windows 10 Users can now create new installation media for the new OS iteration or update to the OS’ to Windows 10’s April 2018 version directly, or merely wait for the OS to be rolled out to their systems. Microsoft’s Windows 10 April 2018 update tools are available on Microsoft’s website (Link). 

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