Windows 10 is Microsoft’s computer operating system that typically receives two substantial upgrades every year.
Last year these were dubbed the Windows 10 April 2018 Update and October 2018 Update respectively.
Each introduced a wealth of new features for Microsoft fans to get excited about.
The next upgrade for Windows 10 is expected to be called the April 2019 Update.
Before Microsoft releases new versions of Windows 10 for all users, it releases preview builds to those that are a part of its Insider Programme.
In fact, the American tech giant has already released numerous builds for Windows 10 version 19H1, the code name for the anticipated April 2019 Update.
The early versions of the software have given a glimpse into forthcoming features that will be introduced.
Recently, Microsoft has started to up the speed in which new preview builds of 19H1 have been released.
As noted by TechRadar, the increased frequency of the releases combined with the reduced number of fixes suggests the full version of the new operating system could debut soon.
The newest Insider preview build only has three known issues that have been pointed out by Microsoft.
These concern problems with Creative X-Fi sound cards, Realtek SD card readers and launching games.
The Windows 10 April 2019 Update is expected to introduce a swathe of changes for fans.
One of the most notable will surely be the introduction of Windows Sandbox, an isolated desktop environment that is designed to be used to open “untrusted software”.
Essentially, the desktop will run on top of the user’s standard one and should prevent the user’s device from being harmed if they open programmes that are malicious.
A number of other notable features anticipated to debut in the April 2019 Update are a redesigned Start menu, the splitting up of Search and Cortana from the Windows 10 taskbar and a more cohesive dark mode.
It is worth noting while the increased frequency of Insider preview builds for the operating system suggests the full version of the April 2019 Update is not far away, a release date for the software has not been discussed by Microsoft.