There are some ‘thin’ PCs out there in the market that comes with Atom processors, less than 1GB RAM, and flash storage of 32GB. These types of PCs are usually the 2-in-1 convertible devices that serves both as a laptop and a tablet.
Well, if you have such a ‘thin’ device. You might not like what Microsoft has in store for you in the upcoming Windows 10 October 2018 Update. However, the good news is, Microsoft is giving you ample time to prepare and not become a victim.
Microsoft is warning users with devices with very small internal storage space (32GB flash storages), that they need to make sure they have sufficient storage space for the upgrade to go smoothly.
The tech giant is warning that devices with limited storage may fail to boot up once after running the Windows Update. The company said “thin clients” and “embedded systems” stand a greater chance of failing to initialize after the first installation of Windows Update.
From its short history, Windows 10 has all along demanded at least 10GB of free space on a device local storage for the download of …read more