Windows 10’s Updates are pretty frequently in the headlines throughout the year. Most of the time it’s for the bugs instead of the features though. A good example of that was the latest Windows 10 October Update. It’s been a while since its release but it is still rocking the headlines. Bugs still appear on the aforesaid update even though Microsoft has been eagerly trying to fix them. The Windows 10 19H1 Update was promised to be delivered in the first half of 2019. But, it seems like we finally have a name and a release window as well.
As MS PowerUser reports, “the latest version of Powershell has revealed what Microsoft is officially calling the update, which is unsurprisingly the Windows 10 April 2019 Update”. A screenshot from Windows Power Shell shows the information revealed on executing the “Get-VMHostSupportedVersion” command.
What To Expect
The upcoming update from Microsoft follows a similar naming scheme as compared to the last two Windows Update. That is the April 2018 and October 2018 update. Although the name does hint towards the time frame, it doesn’t mean users will get it in April itself. A prime example of that is the October 2018 Update. The Update is still getting dragged into 2019.
Speaking of features in the upcoming update, it is far less ambitious than the previous few updates. Decoupling of Cortana from Search, new Light Theme, and minor improvements to the Windows Shell are amongst the notable features in the upcoming update. Till the Update comes out, we can only hope that it is more stable and is released more effectively as compared to the last Windows Update.