The third major update for Windows 10 was officially launched on April 11, and even before its release, we knew that no everyone was going to get it the same day automatically using Windows Update. However, the update was also made available through various methods, including Media Creation Tool and Update Assistant, for those users who didn’t want to wait to jump to the latest version immediately. But Microsoft is now warning and advising users to stop trying to install the Windows 10 Creators Update manually, and says be patient and wait for the new version to be offered to your device when is ready. Why? Because the update is causing a number of unexpected problems. At the official Windows Blog site, Microsoft reveals that is intentionally blocking certain devices from getting the Creators Update, because it’s likely to cause issues. The problem is that some computers, especially older machines, have pieces of hardware that may not be compatible with the Creators Update. This is one of the reasons, Microsoft previously unveiled is focusing on updating newer devices (e.g., Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book) first, as these hardware are likely to be less problematic. For example, currently the company has already found some issues with the Broadcom Bluetooth LE adapters, which is causing connections problems, and for this reason computers using that specific hardware are no longer being offered the new version automatically using Windows Update. While some issues are always expected during the initial rollout, the decision to block devices and urging users not to install the update manually strongly suggests that the Creators Update still partially incomplete and not ready for the masses. However, it’s clear that Microsoft is proactively working to resolve the remaining bugs and taking actions to minimize the number of affected users. Microsoft is currently blocking certain devices from getting the feature update, but you can always manually defer the Windows 10 Creators Update until the major bugs are worked out. If the update already is already installed on your PC, you can use these steps to go back to the previous version of Windows 10. However, if you’re trying to go forward and manually install this new version, you should use this guide to prepare and avoid problems during the installation. Are you running the Windows 10 Creators Update? Have you encounter any problems? Share your experience in the comments below. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.