A number of users around the world have already begun to install the first of two major Windows 10 updates, the Creators Update that will come our way throughout this year.
However, as has happened on other occasions in the past, one of the major problems faced by users in performing such large updates of the operating system are those caused by certain incompatibilities. This is something that is probably present in the case that concerns us at the moment, that of the update Creators Update of Windows 10, where in the process of installation we can suddenly find ourselves with problems due to compatibility errors with some applications already installed in the system.
One of the main reasons for this often comes because different developers do not tune their own programs for new Microsoft releases with Windows . As far as we know, Creators is installing correctly on most computers, so users do not usually have problems with the process. However it seems that there is a particular application that blocks this new version of the system , so elimination seems to be the only solution, at least for the moment.
Windows 10 Toshiba
This is something that has already been confirmed by Microsoft itself, and is that the program Toshiba Display Utility blocks this new update of the Redmond in the installation of the same and therefore, users whose computers are running Toshiba Display Utility, they must uninstall it before upgrade process start. In fact the company claims that this Toshiba utility is not compatible with Windows 10 Creators Update. If you have s this tool installed on your computer , this will not receive the update Creators and will prevent you from installing further updates. Therefore the only possible solution is to remove that utility.
As shown us the experience in the past, among the leading candidates to show certain incompatibilities when performing this update, we find the antivirus software, security is usually more prone than others to show such Incompatibilities. On the other hand some errors are being detected in the installation of the Creators Update with some processors of Intel.