It is now a little over two weeks since Microsoft officially released the Windows 10 Creators Update, the successor of its second major update, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. You would expect Microsoft to have ironed out all the issues while on the beta stage before releasing it on the stable channel.
But no! It appears Windows 10 Creators Update has some buggy issues with some devices, and it seems Microsoft is just learning about it too. This development has prompted Microsoft to issue out a warning to users whose devices are yet to get the update automatically, not to upgrade their Windows 10 manually.
Microsoft without mincing any words says you should wait until the Creators Update rolls onto your devices automatically. Do not manually install the update, unless you are an advanced-level use who can find your way through some of the issues being reported.
So what’s wrong with the Creators Update?
Microsoft reiterates that the Creators Update is intended to roll out in phases, with newer devices being on the first line to get the update automatically. After they get feedback from these devices and sorting …read more