Question What is Predicte as New in Windows 10’s April 2019 Update

JackMDS

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If it was following the old naming it should be Update 1903.

That said, Big part of "Innovation" is name changing. So for the foreseeable future versions would be 19H1, 19H2, etc.............

So... Win 10 19H1 Update would be out on the beginning of April 2019 and should include the following.

https://www.howtogeek.com/402569/everything-new-in-windows-10s-april-2019-update/

There are numerous amount of nice Updates

From my perspective these are really the top functional improvement:

Home Users Can Now Pause Updates.

7 GB of Your PC?s Storage Reserved for Updates

Windows Sandbox for Professional Users

Windows 10 Lets You Uninstall More Built-in Apps

Cortana and the Search Bar Are Separating



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Chiefcrowe

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Thanks for posting this! There are indeed a lot of improvements and stuff I am looking forward to in this release. But, I agree - I'll be happy if it rolls out on time with no critical bugs. I mean this is getting a bit crazy now!

Uninstalling more apps is great and I can't wait to try out the Windows 10 Sandbox!
Also, speed increases with the Spectre/Meltdown mitigations are always welcome!!
 
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What about WPA3 client support?

Edit: Egads, man! After reading that whole article, I don't see WPA3 listed! Is MS going to make that available to all Windows 10 and Windows 7 PCs, with an update? (And surely, WPA3 is important enough that they would port a feature update like that to Windows 7... isn't it? After all, they did produce an NVMe driver for Windows 7, too.)

File Explorer now shows “friendly dates” by default. So, rather than dates like “1/23/2019”, you’ll see dates like “Yesterday,” “Tuesday,” “January 11,” and “February 16, 2016.”

You can disable this by right-clicking the top of the columns in the File Explorer window and unchecking “Use friendly dates.” This will give you the old format back.
Well, that's one of the first things that will get changed back...

This is what I was talking about, a SoftPedia article from Nov. 2018, talking about 19H1 having WPA3 support.

https://news.softpedia.com/news/windows-10-19h1-to-feature-wpa3-support-523647.shtml
 
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JackMDS

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Quote: "What about WPA3 client support?".

Remember the 802.11 pre N conundrum in 2006? I do not think that any one wants to repeat it.


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RLGL

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I am on build 18334 (preview) , at this point this is the best build I have had since 10 came out.
 

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