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Microsoft last month released Windows 10 April 2018 Update as a manual download and since then quite a lot of users rushed to upgrade their devices. It’s quite easy to upgrade any computer as the April 2018 Update is available on Windows Update with a manual check. Microsoft is today expected to push the new Windows 10 April 2018 Update to devices via Windows Update, but it appears that not all devices will be receiving the update. A Microsoft Moderator (Agent) in the company’s community forum acknowledged a bug hitting Intel SSDs-powered computers. The critical bug is affecting some systems with certain Intel SSDs and the computer hitting the bug fails to boot after upgrading to the April 2018 Update. The software giant is blocking the upgrade on these systems and the block will be lifted once a fix is delivered. You may need to roll back to the previous version of Windows 10 if your system fails to boot as there’s no workaround. Learn more at OUR FORUM.

 

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