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Windows 10 Update has finally arrived.

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What New

Microsoft has a codename for developing major Windows 10 operating system updates known as Project Redstone. Project Redstone 4 was the next windows major update which was delayed due to a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) bug. They spotted the issue just before the release schedule and now have officially released the April 2018 update. This is available to download manually today from the Microsoft website to install the update. Microsoft has scheduled the download to appear on Windows 10 machines gradually around the world on the 8th of May 2018.
The features you can expect to see in the update are:

  • Timeline – recall the previous applications used from another machine you are signed into.
  • Mute tab for the Microsoft Edge browser. (A feature that most users with chrome may know about)

 

Need it now?

If you cannot wait to get the update, then follow the instructions below:
Remember: Always make sure you have backup your system and files before proceeding. Check back shortly for a review of ways to backup your machine.

  • Check this link to see if it says ‘Windows 10 April 2018 Update’
  • Click the Update now button.
  • Run the Windows10Upgrade.exe file to launch the program.
  • Click Update Now.
  • If your device is compatible, click Next to begin the upgrade.
  • Click the Restart Now button.

Windows 10 version 1803 is now slowly appearing in windows updates. Create a system image of your machine now as a backup to be ready for the upgrade.

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