Windows 10 April 2018 Update announced
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Microsoft today announced that Windows 10 April 2018 Update is now available for all devices across the world. In a blog post, Microsoft praised their Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and the explained how AI enhanced the rollout process.

Last year the rollout of Windows 10 Creators Update completed in approximately three months. Windows 10 April 2018 Update, on the other hand, has already reached 250 million devices, thanks to AI technology.

“Early returns are very positive: With over 250 million machines on the April 2018 Update, we are seeing higher satisfaction numbers, fewer known issues, and lower support call volumes compared to previous Windows 10 releases,” John Cable, Partner Director of Software Engineering, Windows Servicing and Delivery, says.

Microsoft explains that a group of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update rollout was also powered by an AI technology. The AI approach is apparently a good idea, and it results in fewer failed installations.

As the entire rollout of Windows 10 April 2018 Update is powered by Microsoft’s AI, the operating system has been termed as the fastest-adopted version of Windows 10 so far.

The software giant says that 250 million devices are already running. Microsoft recently revealed that approximately 700 PCs are running Windows 10.

“As our rollout progresses, we continuously collect update experience data and retrain our models to learn which devices will have a positive update experience, and where we may need to wait until we have higher confidence in a great experience. Our overall rollout objective is for a safe and reliable update, which means we only go as fast as is safe,” the company said.

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