For example, I've experienced zero errors since installing the April update, but on the other hand, forums and social networks are full of people complaining about bugs after upgrading to this operating system version. Some have already gotMicrosoftRecognition, while others may be under investigation.
Needless to say, most users affected by errors in this operating system update have accused Microsoft of the entire matter. To some extent, this is predictable. Microsoft is Windows 10 and feature updatesDevelopment, so who can blame if these versions have problems?
@buddahfan on Twitter has a completely different view of this. He said that this is not necessarily Microsoft's fault, but users and third-party vendors. Buddahfan believes that there is too much junk on their computers, including some of the remaining programs that were uninstalled many years ago, and third-party vendors that do not update software to maintain compatibility.
Buddahfan said that technically speaking, the Windows 10 April 2018 update (also known as Windows 10 1803) will cause the system to slow down or have various bugs due to these problems. This means that if Google Chrome doesn't work on Windows 10, it's not Microsoft's fault. It's Google's fault. If a third-party antivirus product is installed on some systems and other problems occur, and then the file is deleted, causing the file to lag and affecting the performance of Windows, it is the user's fault.