Microsoft has rolled out the April 2018 for Windows 10, but it hasn't gone smoothly for everyone. There have been a few issues, including the infamous blue screen of death (BSOD) that has prevented some users from fully enjoying all the additional features Microsoft included in the latest build.
Community member eljeffe58 is one such individual who has experienced problems with build 1803. It has been detailed on our forum what occurred:
I, myself, am only just installing 1803 on my PCs and thus cannot comment on performance and stability, but so far I've not encountered any problems. I do have different configurations and devices at hand, so it will be interesting to see how the update loads on said PCs. I'll be sure to relay my findings to the thread.
How are you getting on? Hit any walls?
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