Since the beginning of 2018, rumors were going regarding Microsoft releasing the next big update for Windows 10, fast forward, by the end of March, the update was named as April 2018 Update/Spring Creators update.
Even though Microsoft has released the update back in April, so far only a few percents of Windows 10 users have gotten the update while rest of the users are still stuck with older version of Windows 10.
Anyway, if you are someone who is looking forward to upgrading your Windows 10 PC to the latest April 2018 update, then continue reading, because, in this post, we have listed out all the possible way using which you’ll be able to update your Windows 10 PC to the latest April 2018 update.
Now, before you plan to update your OS to the latest version make sure you have around 4-5 Gigs of internet data because no matter you upgrade your PC online or offline, you are going to need at least 4-4.5 GB of internet data for downloading/ upgrading the latest release.
How to upgrade your Windows 10 PC to the latest April 2018 update using ‘Update and Security’ checking?
This is the easiest way to get the Windows 10 April 2018 update, but, it’s also time-consuming especially for those of you who don’t regularly update your Windows regularly, but at once you start the process your current Windows 10 OS will be updated with the latest release.
In order to get the April 2018 update, open ‘Settings’ panel, go to ‘Update and Security’, next click on ‘Check for updates’ button to check for updates.
As mentioned before, if you don’t regularly update for Windows OS then it’s going to take quite a lot of time and in worst case scenarios it may take around multiple days because your system will systematically be updated to the latest release.
So, if you one of those users then try out next two options.
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How to upgrade your Windows 10 PC to the latest April 2018 update using ‘Windows 10 Update Assistant’?
After releasing the first major update for Windows 10, Microsoft also released a free tool ‘Windows 10 Update Assistant’, which allows Windows 10 users to upgrade their OS to the latest release and get the major updates without waiting for it.
To upgrade your Windows 10 OS via ‘Windows 10 Update Assistant’ you need to download it, which you can do by clicking here.
Once you download it, double-click on it to run the tool, follow the step to start the upgrade process. After the process begins, make sure you stay connected to the internet and don’t restart or shut down your PC while the update process is going on.
Sometimes it may seem that the upgrade process might have gotten stuck, in addition to that the application itself may not respond, but don’t worry the process will be still be going on, so be patient and wait for the process to end.
How to upgrade your Windows 10 PC to the latest April 2018 update offline?
If you are having a Desktop in your home which is not connected to a high-speed internet then upgrading your Windows 10 PC offline is the best possible solution available.
To update your Windows 10 PC offline, you’ll need is the ‘Windows 10 Media Creation Tool’ by clicking here.
Once it gets downloaded, run and follow the process, before the download process begins you’ll be given two options; either to upgrade your PC or create a media creation tool, click on the second option and click next.
Once the file gets downloaded, burn it into a USB flash drive or to burn it into a DVD disc.
Once you burn it insert the drive and run the ‘setup.exe’ file to begin the installation.
So, that’s how you can upgrade your Windows 10 PC to the latest April 2018. Hoe you post informative and helpful.
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