More than any other current desktop operating system, Windows continues to push the boundaries of what's possible on a PC.
The 64-bit version of Windows 10 increases the RAM requirement to 2GB and the disk space to 20GB.
That's partly why Microsoft delivered Windows 10 S (now considered a Mode rather than an separate OS version), which only runs Windows Store apps and is still the default on the Surface Laptop, but according to the official Windows Blog, going forward, "customers can choose to buy a new Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro PC with S mode enabled, and commercial customers will be able to deploy Windows 10 Enterprise with S mode enabled." If you're running Windows 10, getting the April 2018 Update is a simple matter of running Windows Update, accessible from the Settings app.
You should see the text "Feature Update to Windows 10, version 1803." If you don't see it, you can head to Microsoft's Windows Download page to force the issue.
Windows 10 April 2018 update, which everybody thought would be called Spring Creators Update, is finally here, along with the aforementioned and much-anticipated Timeline feature.
That, along with a new Focus assist and Nearby Sharing features could have given Microsoft a nifty theme-based name like Windows 10 Timesaver Update, but the company went with the blander, date-based moniker.
That last one may be of interest to security-conscious personal users, too.