Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Microsoft's Windows 10 April Update doesn't play nice with Toshiba SSDs either

Microsoft's Windows 10 April Update doesn't play nice with Toshiba SSDs either

Windows 10's latest major update hasn't just run into trouble with Intel SSDs, as we witnessed at the end of last week, but also now some Toshiba solid-state drives, with PCs that use these models being blocked from upgrading to the April 2018 Update.

As a result, Microsoft says it's working with Toshiba and hardware manufacturers to block devices running these SSDs from installing the April 2018 Update.

Also new in this build is dark mode for File Explorer, which also applies dark mode to the context menus on the desktop and in the File Explorer too (finally!) There are also UX improvements to Timeline and Windows Search, with Windows Search now offering a more clearer look at your recent Timeline activities.

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Users who have faced this issue and don't want to wait for the resolution can revert back to their previous version of Windows, Windows Latest noted.

It appears that the Nearby Share would become available for Android and iOS as well.

Android and iOS users will be able to send content to their Windows 10 devices over the Bluetooth connection. This would allow users to send files and links from an Android device to a Windows 10 PC, which is otherwise not now possible in the current Nearby Sharing implementation. The process is quite simple, but it requires the devices in close proximity. Leveraging the power of both Bluetooth and WiFi, it now limits users to sharing files between Windows 10 PCs. For example, a Windows PC could receive the content if the user authorizes the transfer on a prompt displayed in the lower right corner. It's worth noting that Microsoft is willing to work with Apple to enable support for iMessage on Windows 10 and improve the integration between two platforms.

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