It’s that time of the year, Windows fans, when Microsoft releases a brand new Windows 10 update. Dubbed Windows 10 April 2018 Update — I agree, it’s pretty dull and unnecessarily long — the latest release brings a bunch of new features to Windows 10 computers that mostly focus on getting you more free time. The update, which was previously called the Spring Creators Update, will be available to download this coming Monday at the earliest.
The update was supposed to arrive in early April, but Microsoft had to delay the launch. On Monday you’ll have to manually upgrade your system, so you won’t be surprised by an automatic upgrade. The update will be rolled out more broadly beginning on May 8th, at which point your computer might download it automatically.