Windows 10 April 2018 Update Features Showcased in New Videos

Posted on April 27, 2018 by Mehedi Hassan in Windows 10 with 41 Comments

With the Windows 10 April 2018 Update set to start rolling out this Monday, Microsoft has released a couple of new videos showcasing some of the biggest new features. The company has released 4 new videos showcasing some of the new Windows 10 features, which regular users will start receiving once the April 2018 Update starts rolling out.

The first video showcases Timeline, the new way of keeping track of your activities, documents, files, and more in Windows 10:

Microsoft Edge is also picking up some beautiful new features with the April 2018 Update — along with a refined design, the update brings the ability to instantly mute auto-playing media on websites, InPrivate support for extensions, and more:

Microsoft has also released a video showcasing Focus Assist, which was previously known as Quiet Hours. The basic idea of Quiet Hours stayed intact with the new branding, but Microsoft added some advanced rules for the feature with the April 2018 Update:

Accessibility improvements are a big part of the April 2018 Update, and Microsoft is showcasing the new and improved Dictation feature in the OS:

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