Microsoft Warn Users To Stop Installing Windows 10 Creators Update - Be Informed And Earn Be Informed And Earn: Microsoft Warn Users To Stop Installing Windows 10 Creators Update

Friday, April 28, 2017

Microsoft Warn Users To Stop Installing Windows 10 Creators Update

It's been several weeks since the multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, started rolling out its latest update of the world's most popular and widely used OS. The updates have already been pushed to several users PC and 10% of the whole number of users that received the update have already downloaded and upgraded their PCs. Sadly, several users have reported via feedback and responses that the new update is causing some hardware issues in their machines.
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In line with this new development, Microsoft has stopped pushing out the update and advise users not to download the and install it anymore pending when the reported issues are fixed.  In a recent blog post made by Microsoft, it was revealed that they had received the first batch of feedback from their OEM partners and customers regarding the update.

Microsoft has also set up an app called Feedback Hub which they use solely for keeping out an eye on several bugs and issues reported by users regarding the issues experienced in the use of Windows 10.



Microsoft has slowed down the rollout of the Creators Update as users are reporting issues after updating their systems.

“Our feedback process identified a Bluetooth accessory connectivity issue with PCs that use a specific series of Broadcom radios, ultimately resulting in devices not reconnecting as expected,” reads the blog post.

Creators Update has been blocked for devices featuring such radios or having other issues which Microsoft considers as a high priority. Users can still download the update manually but Microsoft has asked users to refrain from doing so unless they are confident enough to handle any problem messing with their system.


Redmond has recommended users to wait till the problems get fixed and Creators Update is automatically pushed to their systems.

Source: MicroSoft Windows Experience Blog

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