Windows 10 April 2018 update is at the corner as Microsoft announced a new update on Friday for Windows 10 which will provide more time for users to create, play, and work.
One of the greatest highlight of the April update is the added Timeline feature which will give users the ability to go back in time – up to 30 days – to find their stuff.
Regarding to timeline feature, Yusuf Mehdi, Corporate Vice President, Windows and Devices Group, stated “Users can even find what they were doing while using Microsoft Edge or Office 365 on iOS or Android device’s when they return to their Windows 10 PC.”
Also, a Focus Assist feature was added to the update which will help to get things done without distractions, like social media or other notifications.
Mehdi said, “When you finish, you receive a summary of what came through, whether notifications, emails or updates, while you were heads down. If you’re waiting on a specific call or email, choose people who you want to break through.”
Additionally, another feature although have been available but was improved by the update via The Dictation feature makes it easier than ever for users to take a note, or write a paper, with just their voice (Voice typing).
The April update will also bring new features and improvements to Microsoft Edge – including mute-a-tab, full-screen reading, clutter-free printing, grammar tools and autofill on web forms.
You can now click the audio icon to mute and unmute a tab that is playing sound. Books, PDFs and Reading View pages can go full-screen for a distraction-free reading experience.
This update will be available for download on April 30 and will roll out to Windows 10 PCs worldwide on May 8. It was previously called the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update.