Microsoft has warned Windows 10 users to not install the latest creators update manually as it may contain bugs. The company says users should wait for an automatic update to become available in their region.
The company further explains that the latest update will roll out slowly because it has come across errors that may cause problems for non- tech savvy users. Microsoft said that it has blocked the availability of the update to devices that it knows will experience the issues.
"When customers use the Software Download Site to manually install the Creators Update they bypass many blocks. Therefore, we recommend (unless you're an advanced user who is prepared to work through some issues) that you wait until the Windows 10 Creators Update is automatically offered to you," the company said in its blog post.
Users, who have been trying to install the creators update, have complained about several problems including installation errors, missing features and connection issues with accessories like Bluetooth speakers and mouse.
The company says it wants to make sure it fixes all errors including patches for different hardware configurations before making the upgrade available to all. Microsoft has a feedback mechanism in Windows Insider that allows users to directly let the company know about any issues with the software.
In case you have already installed the update manually and are facing issues, you can roll back to the older version of Windows 10. Check out our tutorial and follow the steps to downgrade from the creators update.