Microsoft Edge is the default web browser app in Windows 10. It's a Universal (Store) app which has extension support, a fast rendering engine and a simplified user interface. With Windows 10 April 2018 Update, the browser has got a lot of improvements and new features. Here is everything you need to know about them.
Microsoft today released a new update for Windows 10 version 1803 to Windows Insiders in the Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings. This update raises the OS version to 17134.5.
Microsoft has finally announced the Windows 10 version 1803, which got named "April 2018 Update". Public rollout will happen on May 8, but it will be possible to download the OS manually starting April 30th.
Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Build 17134.1 to the Slow and Release Preview rings. The official release date of version 1803 is still not announced, and even its official name is not revealed. However, Microsoft Edge on Build 17134.1 shows Windows 10 April Update on the homepage.
As you may already know , Windows 10 Redstone 4 Build 17133 was highly expected to be the final release for version 1803 after it rolled out to Insiders on the Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings in a short period of time. However, Microsoft had discovered a bug and the release was postponed. Instead, a new build, Windows 10 Build 17134, was released to Fast ring insiders. Unfortunately, there is a new bug in the OS which can delay its release again.
With Windows 10 version 1803, Microsoft has removed the ability to create a new HomeGroup. With the removal of the feature, Windows 10 has issues with showing certain computers over the Windows Network (SMB), leaving them invisible in the Network folder of File Explorer. Here is a quick fix you can apply.
Windows 10 Redstone 4 Build 17133 was highly expected to be the final release for the update version 1803 "Spring Creators Update" after it rolled out to Insiders on the Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings in a short period of time. However, a new build, Windows 10 Build 17134, is available in the Fast ring.
Starting with Windows 10, Microsoft has been releasing two feature updates to the OS in a year. When a major feature update is released, it is like a Windows re-installation for end users. While it adds new features, user interface changes and improves the security of the OS, it takes a lot of time to install over an existing instance of the OS. Microsoft promises to change this and speed up the upgrade process significantly in the upcoming Spring Creators Update.
The name for the upcoming "Redstone 4" update of Windows 10, version 1803, today got revealed. It looks like Microsoft is keeping the "Creators Update" naming, using the wording "Windows 10 Spring Creators Update" as the full name of the OS.
A number of users are interested in delaying the upgrade to Windows 10 version 1803, also known as "Redstone 4" or "Spring Creators Update". There are many reasons for this. Most users don't want to disturb their existing setup and do not want their custom settings getting reset again by the version 1803. Here is the official way to postpone the upgrade to Windows 10 version 1803.