Saturday, April 28, 2018

Windows 10 April 2018 Update... Set to roll from April 30

Windows 10 April 2018 Update with improved focus assist, Timeline to roll from April 30

Microsoft to start rolling out the Windows 10 April 2018 update from April 30.
This update brings a bunch of nw features including improved Focus Assist, a new Timeline feature for recalling previous apps you were working on across machines, and more.



The new Timeline feature is a functionality that brings the ability to windows 10 to go back in time up to 30days  to find your stuff. It lets you see the apps and documents you have used in Chronological order. This makes it easier to bring back your work by resuming the previous arrays of Windows without having to recall the name of every single file. In case if you are using Microsoft apps on your mobile, you can resume it from your PC.


It also brings a new Focus Assistant feature which is much like the 'Quite Mode,' which mutes notifications temporarily. You can adjust the things to turn on during certain times of the day automatically. Once you turn back on, it will show you the summary of all the notifications you missed during that time.


Microsoft Edge also gets a bunch of new features like the ability mute tabs. PDFs, books, and reading view now works in full screen. The browser can also save your Payment information for autofill purposes. It also gets Dictation feature, which makes it easy to enter text without typing.The update also includes IT management tools for Windows 10 Enterprise customers, new ways to create with photos, 3D and with Windows Mixed Reality, and more. The update will start rolling out from April 30 but might take few days before it reaches everyone.


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