Microsoft pushes out new security and privacy related updates for Windows 10

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Microsoft is now working on a resolution that will allow the April 2018 Update on these devices in the near future.

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.

In addition to these new Windows Server preview builds, Microsoft also released today the Windows 10 SDK preview build 17666, which you can download here.

Microsoft said it is working with OEM partners and Toshiba to identify and block devices with these drives from installing the update.

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As a reminder, Windows Server 2019 will be the next release in Microsoft's new Next Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC), and this version of the server OS should be generally available in the second half of 2018. Released with the April 2018 Update, Microsoft has now confirmed that it will be supported by Android and iOS platforms. The tech giant expects a solution to the issue to be ready by early June, according to the post.

Previous versions of Windows have already received Intel microcode patches via the Windows Update mechanism in KB4090007 and KB4091666. The ability to share content between Android / iOS devices and Windows 10 devices, however, doesn't come as a surprise since Microsoft had hinted during the internal testing phase at the end of the a year ago that it will be extended to mobile operating systems.

Windows 10 KB4100347 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit.