Microsoft has made the Windows 10 April 2018 update free of bugs and released a new build for enterprise users to have it installed in their PC.
The new build 17134.165 changes the tag of the update as ‘Semi-Annual Channel’ with the confirmation disclosed via an official document of Microsoft. It confirms that the update is good and does not have any glitches for downloading on the PCs used by enterprises.
When the update was released on April 30, it had issues due to which, Microsoft actually pulled off the update from many PCs. The new Semi-Annual Channel tag of the update means that the company has taken down all bugs, including fixing compatibility issues.
The company’s commitment to providing qualitative and secure services via its operating system is evident in it promoting the update steadily. It has taken the time to ensure that no enterprise has to lose major confidential data while working on the updated Windows 10.
With each Semi-Annual Channel release, we recommend beginning deployment right away to devices selected for early adoption (targeted validation) and ramp up to full deployment at your discretion, regardless of the “Targeted” designation. – Microsoft
It has been noticed by users around the world that the latest Windows 10 update is way better than its predecessor OS versions. The company with Windows 10 version 1803 has even improved the settings related to security and privacy.
The next major update of the OS is already on the cards, being the Windows 10 October 2018 update that’s also dubbed as Redstone 5. There are speculations around that it will be even smoother than the April version, and will bring new features on board: an upgraded appearance via Fluent Design, enhancements of Microsoft Edge, and more.