Now that it’s been released to the public, it’s time to take a closer look at the fifth major feature update to Microsoft’s latest operating system.
This feature update has been in development since July 2017 and there have been 27 public development builds released to testers over that nearly nine-month period.
Microsoft never formally named this feature update like they have done in the past with monikers like Anniversary, Creators, and Fall Creators Update.
Instead, they have chosen to simply call it the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. It will also be known under its official name of Windows 10 Version 1803 (OS Build 17134.1).
If I were providing suggestions for naming this feature update, then I would recommend calling it the Productivity Update. The key additional features in this package of updates really can help you be more productive. This release makes significant changes in how you access the data across your ecosystem of Windows 10 based devices.