So far, Microsoft’s Windows 10 update introduced in the first half of this year has only one code name, which is Windows 10 19H1. Microsoft is only vaguely promised to release to Windows 10 users sometime in the first half of this year. But now the latest version of PowerShell has leaked the official name of Windows1019 H1 as “Windows 10 April 2019 Update.”
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Although the name is not as fancy as the creator or anniversary update name, it is still faithful to the last two versions of the naming conventions, April 2018 and October 2018. The Windows 10 April 2019 update will include minor improvements to the Windows Shell, such as the new Light theme, and separate the Cortana helper from the search.