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Windows 10 Creators Update is out via Upgrade Assitant and Media Creation Tool. Almost all Windows 10 PCs and Tablets running on Windows 10 Anniversary Update are eligible for Creators Update. However, some Windows 10 PCs powered by Intel Atom CPU are currently not eligible for Windows 10 Creators Update.

You can still manage to install the update on your Intel Atom-powered PC, however, the icons and text likely to not appear at all, or may appear as solid colour blocks on unsupported devices. The company has, in fact, warned the users to not install the Windows 10 Creators Update on devices with Atom Z2760, Z2520, Z2560, and Z2580.

Microsoft is working with Intel to provide compatible drivers for these processors. Windows Update has blocked the update currently and on April 11, it will show “your device is up-to-date.”

If you have already installed Windows 10 Creators Update and your device is not supported. You can try any of Windows 10 Recovery Option. It will allow you to downgrade your PC to the previous version of Windows.

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