Windows 10 April 2018 Update announced
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Microsoft is projected to launch new cumulative updates for Windows 10 operating system tomorrow (Tuesday). The July 2018 cumulative update for Windows 10 will fix several bugs and improve the performance of the platform. Microsoft will kick off this month’s Patch Tuesday rollout tomorrow, and as it happens every time, some of the products from the software giant will receive a bug fixing update.

It’s likely that Windows 10 cumulative update will address vulnerabilities (if any) and the users are recommended to install these updates as soon as possible, mostly because they improve the system’s performance.

The cumulative updates published on Tuesday for Microsoft products will include both security and non-security improvements. It’s worth noting that every single patch published by the Redmond-based tech giant fixes a long list of issues and improves the performance.

A new patch for Windows 10 April 2018 Update is expected

Windows 10 April 2018 Update is also expected to receive a patch that will the issues that the users reported in the past few months. The update aimed at Windows 10 April 2018 Update is more important as the new version of the operating system is already powering a significant number of devices.

Microsoft has already confirmed that Windows 10 April 2018 Update is available to all Windows 10 devices across the world and it has reached the final stage of the rollout. Windows 10 April 2018 Update was first pushed to devices as a manual download only on April 30.

Windows 10 version 1803 was first shipped to devices in waves and after collecting feedback from users, the update was rolled out to more devices. Microsoft has already managed to address the majority of bugs that could have affected the user experience.

The patch for supported versions of Windows operating including Windows 7 will be released tomorrow. There’s really nothing that you need to do to get the April 2018 Update, as the download will wait for you in Windows Update.

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    This isn’t information, this is just padding out an article.