Windows 10 April 2018 Update is finally here after months of internal testing! Several reports had confirmed last month that the Redstone 4 Insider Preview Build 17133 appears to be the Release to Manufacturers (RTM) build. Many Windows enthusiasts tried to follow workarounds to get 17133 installed on their machines. However, that particular RTM build suffered some blocking bug that delayed the official public release. With April finally almost ending, you can now finally download Windows 10 1803 ISO files for your compatible PCs.
Direct download Windows 10 1803 ISO files (64-bit and 32-bit)
Not a fan of Update Assistant? Well, you are in luck. The Redmond tech giant has also released the Windows 10 1803 ISO files, which are now available for download. Here are the links (valid for both Home and Pro) to download Windows 10 April 2018 Update:
For languages other than English, head over to Microsoft. As these links will expire soon (6/7/2018 12:01:45 AM UTC), follow the instructions below to easily download Windows 10 1803 April 2018 Update ISO (HOME and PRO) for your devices:
- Head over to the official download site [click this link].
- Under Select edition drop-down, click on Windows 10 under April 2018 Update and hit Confirm. [There will be only one Windows 10 option since this works for both Pro and Home editions]
- Under Select the product language, choose your language > Confirm.
- You will now see two tabs to download either the 32-bit or the 64-bit Windows 10 April 2018 Update. Simply click on the right one and the download will begin.
Windows 10 April 2018 Update - aka version 1803 - is a feature update offering several new features, including the exciting Timeline, Focus Assist, and Diagnostic Data tool. The update also brings improvements to Game Bar, Cortana, Microsoft Edge, Windows Shell, and other corners of the operating system. With new features also come a number of bug fixes and performance improvements.
Microsoft has been sending a number of Preview builds to its Windows Insider Program for the past several months to test and finalize the latest desktop OS version, the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. While the update will eventually arrive on your machine, the rollout process is painfully slow as the company has adopted a steadier, more conservative deployment strategy since the release of the original Creators Update last year.
If you don't want to get stuck in this phased rollout that might take you over several months to get the newest edition of Windows 10, you can now use the Update Assistant or download the ISO files to install Windows 10 April 2018 Update right away.
Are you going to download Windows 10 April 2018 Update and install it manually or would you rather wait for the company to make it more stable and send you a notification to update? Don't forget to share your thoughts on Windows 10 April 2018 Update with us.