Windows 10 Creators Update has started to land on people’s computers but Microsoft is receiving negative feedback from various users regarding hardware issues. Following this, Microsoft has blocked updates to the affected devices and recommends not the install the update manually.
After almost two weeks since the Creators Update rollout began, Microsoft still feels there are improvements to be done. In a recent blog post, the company said they had received the first batch of feedback from their OEM partners and customers regarding the update.
Microsoft is also keeping an eye on the Feedback Hub app where users can post about issues in Windows 10 and upvote the existing ones.
The company 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.
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