Windows 10 April 2019 Update

The new version of Windows 10 update is still under a beta testing version according to Windows Insider. Rumors have it that the Windows 10 update April 2019 is about to release soon. Though there aren’t any major changes, the new version will freshen up the four-year-old system to make it faster.

Some of the changes that we will see in the upcoming Windows 10 update include a brand new light theme, better search experience, Cortana and a lot more. Scroll on to know more!

Windows 10 Update April 2019: Release Date and Price

Windows 10 April 2019 Update
There is no fixed date for the release of the new system. It is set to release in April this year. Credits: Digital Trends

You don’t have to pay a penny for this new version as always. The Windows 10 updates are always free and you can simply download it after Microsoft detects it’s compatibility with your system. There is no fixed date for the release of the new system. However, Microsoft has confirmed that the upcoming Windows 10 update will be made available to download in April this year.




Windows 10 Update New Features: Improved Start Menu and Light Theme

Windows 10 April 2019 Update
The Start Menu will have a single column with live tiles and less pre-installed apps. Credits: Digital Trends

The major noticeable change in the Windows 10 update will be the new light theme. The icons including will File explorer and One Drive also change to match the new theme. The Start Menu will have a single column with live tiles and less pre-installed apps.

Windows 10 Update New Features: Search and Cortana

Search and Cortana will have their own space in the upcoming Windows 10 update, unlike the previous version. Cortana will trigger the digital assistant. The search experience with also be enhanced. You will now be able to scroll through drive and documents, not limiting it to default pictures, videos and documents folder.

Windows 10 Update will get a Reserved Place

Many users have experienced data loss and other failures during data update. The Windows 10 Home users can now put a pause to updates for seven days. The earlier limit was 35 days for Enterprise and Professional users. However, 7 GB disk space will be reserved for general updates installation.

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