Microsoft has announced that the Windows 10 April 2018 Update will be available for download starting today and will roll out to Windows 10 computers worldwide on May 8. This update will bring a slight change to how users interact with their operating system and change we view and find our files through the Timeline feature.

Timeline will allow users to go back and easily find their files that they were working on all the way back a few weeks. Timeline will also display what you were doing on Edge of Office 365 even when using it on your iOS or Android device. Next is Focus Assist, a feature that will mute selected notifications like social media and others when turned on. It can be scheduled to be turned on at a particular time like working time for example. The third is Dictation which Microsoft has claimed it will be easier for users to take notes or write a paper just by using their voice.

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Finally, Microsoft Edge is getting an update which will bring features to the browser like mute-a-tab, full-screen reading, clutter-free printing, grammar tools and autofill on web forms.