Microsoft’s Windows 10 hasn’t been without issues since its release, especially, with its updates. That’s why a lot of people still use Windows 7 and Windows 8. To solve the Windows 10 updates issues, Microsoft has brought out a new fix.
This new fix is going to, if not completely solve the problems, reduce updates-related problems. As reported by Bleeping Computer, Microsoft will now allow device makers to request update blocks for Windows 10 feature updates if a device is running an incompatible driver version.
These kinds of problems have been notoriously known for driver crashes, blue screen of death (BSOD), data loss, connectivity, etc. With the new approach, Microsoft will pause feature updates for machines that have incompatible driver versions for 30 to 60 days.
Microsoft will only go head to release the Windows 10 updates for such machines when their manufacturers have submitted updated drivers.
So, if there’s a new Windows 10 update but you don’t seem to find it, just hold on. Maybe you got outdated drivers and your manufacturer is now sending updated ones to Microsoft.