Microsoft released the Windows 10 Creators Update two weeks ago but has decided to just roll it out to users in parts. Today, Microsoft has advised Windows 10 users not to download the software update. According to the warning, users should wait for their computers to become officially eligible for it.
On April 11, Microsoft started to roll out the new software Creators Update for all Windows 10 devices. The first to have this are the new machines followed by the devices that are released in the later years. Hence, Microsoft is requesting all the Windows 10 users to just sit back and wait for the Creators Update to come out automatically.
According to The Windows Club, Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 Creators Update in phases in order to prevent any issues that may occur. One of the major tasks Microsoft is carrying out during this rollout is to listen to the feedback from users. This makes sense because Microsoft claimed that one of the major tasks of the company is to listen to the feedback from users while this update is rolling out. "This allows us to provide high-quality experiences for the broadest set of users, while also continually increasing the quality and security of Windows 10," said Microsoft in a blog post.
The master plan of Microsoft is when a Windows 10 device gets eligible for the software update, the firm will finally roll out the whole Windows 10 Creators Update automatically. The reason behind this technique is still unknown. However, this procedure is more advantageous, because there will be lesser issues with the renewed versions.
Following the release of Windows 10 Creators Update, there have been several reports on bugs and unknown issue. Microsoft is aware of those. In fact, it prompted the firm to temporarily block some Windows 10 devices from installing the software. "Once identified, we posted this issue to our Windows community forum," said Microsoft. The firm also provided a user guidance on troubleshooting in order to help users if any issues exist.