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It appears, after no official announcement from Microsoft, that the upcoming feature update for Windows 10 will be called the 'April update'. This is evident from the landing Welcome page in Edge.
Microsoft is rounding off the spring update to Windows 10. Build 17133 is already in the Slow ring, but the next stop before it reaches the general public on April 10 is the Release Preview ring.
According to a report, the upcoming Windows 10 spring update has reached released to manufacturers (RTM) status with build 17133. The feature update is expected to begin its rollout on April 10.
Gone is Twitter's clunky, abandoned native UWP app. What we get now is an interesting, but not-quite-as-slick web app that's ripe for release, given Windows' upcoming support for Progressive Web Apps.
In a Windows Insider blog post today, Microsoft noted that beginning with the next feature update to Windows 10, the offline time for installing an update will be down to 30 minutes.
Microsoft updated a document on its Developer blog today, confirming that the next update to Windows 10 (version 1803) will be coming in April, and that support will last until October 2019.
Microsoft has mailed interested parties that the Windows Developer Day came and went, and if you missed it and want to catch up on what was discussed, the video stream is now available.
The name keeps popping up everywhere, and now within Powershell in Redstone 5. All that's left to do is for Microsoft to confirm it, but they chose not to at the Windows Developer Day for some reason.
Intel has announced its purpose-built Movidius Myriad X Vision Processing Unit (VPU) that will allow developers to build the "next generation" of deep neural network applications on Windows clients.
Microsoft is holding its biannual Windows Developer Day today, where it boasted artificial intelligence and machine language capabilities that are coming in the spring update for Windows 10.
Today, Microsoft announced that the next Windows Developer Day will be held on March 7, where Kevin Gallo will discuss the new features that are coming in the next feature update to Windows 10.
Yesterday, Microsoft kicked off its latest Bug Bash, allowing Insiders to complete Quests in the Feedback Hub to find various issues. One of the Quests cites the Spring Creators Update.