Microsoft released the April 2018 Update for Windows 10 on April 30, 2018 and users and administrators have been upgrading machines to the new version of Windows since that day.
The update is available on Windows Update but also as a separate download for users who prefer to create installation media.
Tip: we started to collect issues of Windows 10 version 1803. If you have not upgraded a PC yet make sure you check out the issues before you do so.
Microsoft removed some features in Windows 10 version 1803. Other features are still included in the new version of Windows 10 but they are not in active development anymore and will be removed at a later point in time.
The list of removed features is relatively short:
The list of deprecated features that are no longer in active development is equally short. The shortness of the list may come as a surprise to admins and users as it does not list deprecated features listed in deprecation lists for previous updates.
My best guess is that Microsoft revealed only new features that it does not develop anymore and plans to replace.
Now You: Will you miss any of the features? (via Deskmodder)
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