With the launch of this update, the Windows 10 April 2018 Update is approaching end of service. Initially, only those who explicitly visit Windows Update and click "Check for Updates" will be offered version 1903, and even then, they'll have to explicitly choose to download and install the update. Again, all these patches include the same single fix, and all of them also come with minor known issues that will be fixed in an upcoming release.
After rolling out fixes for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10, it's now the turn of Office to gets its own updates, as Microsoft is now resolving a bug hitting OneNote 2016.
It's very unusual for Microsoft to release Windows 10 patches on a Sunday, but the company did so yesterday for all supported versions of Windows 10. Beyond that, however, Microsoft says that, for now at least, the update won't be automatically installed.
Those who think that the above is not enough and hope to get more from the next feature update might be disappointed.
After the transition, we will be removing group messaging from this app to focus on console settings and simplify our apps.
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Other issues reported with these updates include a "double installation" bug, which makes patches install a couple of times, as well as problems accessing some United Kingdom government sites.
It has also been confirmed that if you found a workaround after the first set of borkage, the sames ones should work for this, until it can be fixed properly.
In addition to the above there are quite a lot of changes that may be of interest to "IT Pros", as detailed on the Microsoft Tech Community blog.
Microsoft published a video on YouTube that highlights the new Windows Update functionality.
You turn on system protection, and then create a system restore point that is named "R1". That update caused many people to lose their files because of insufficient storage, prompting Microsoft to reexamine its upgrade procedure and begin reserving 7GB of storage just for updates.
Now You: What do you expect from this update?