Windows 10 will receive new cumulative updates on Tuesday

Windows 10 cumulative updates
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Tomorrow is Patch Tuesday, and Microsoft is expected to release
new security fixes for Windows operating system and other
software. Windows 10, 8.1 and 7 will be receiving new
cumulative updates tomorrow with bug fixes, performance
improvements and patches.

Patch Tuesday is the unofficial name of Microsoft’s scheduled
release of updates for Windows operating, and it occurs on the
second Tuesday of each month. Microsoft will kick off this
month’s Patch Tuesday rollout tomorrow, and just as expected,

Windows 10 April 2018 Update will be getting some important
bug fixes.

It’s worth noting that all supported versions of Windows will
receive new patches tomorrow and later this month. The
cumulative updates will include both security and non-security

Microsoft is also expected to fix the reported bugs in Windows
10 version 1803 with tomorrow’s update, though it’s worth
knowing that the operating system won’t receive any new
features or major improvements. The cumulative updates are only
supposed to address the bugs and improve the
performance of the platform.

Windows 10 April 2018 Update will also receive bug fixes

Microsoft shipped Windows 10 April 2018 Update on April 30, and
it’s available for download via Windows Update.
Windows 10 version 1803 comes with new features, and while
the performance has been flawless on most of the computers, it
appears to be causing unexpected issues such as
black screen and
blank desktop on some devices.

Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803) is offered to
devices across the world but the update is being rolled out
gradually so that Microsoft can collect feedback and address
the issues before rolling it out to more users.

You can expect fixes for Windows 10 April 2018 Update tomorrow,
including fixes for compatibility issues rendering some devices
completely useless. June 2018 cumulative update is
expected to come with a long list of improvements.

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