This feature works similar to Apple's AirDrop as in its lets users to quickly share content between Windows 10 devices.
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. The first is to address the ongoing Spectre saga, while the other two are to notify Windows 10 users on the Creators and Fall Creators Update to upgrade to the April 2018 update.
Microsoft is now working on a resolution that will allow the April 2018 Update on these devices in the near future.
As always, we've gone hands on with the new build to showcase all the noteworthy new changes you can find in build 17666, in case you're someone who doesn't want to install pre-release versions of Windows 10 onto your device for testing. The tech giant expects a solution to the issue to be ready by early June, according to the post.
If Windows 7 is your operating system of choice and you're planning to install the latest patches on your computer, maybe it's best to wait for a few more days. You can also download it from the Microsoft Update Catalog. Users on Android can apparently already share content from their Android devices to Windows 10 PC.
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. However, they can't share content from Windows 10 devices to their Android handset - a feature that is expected to arrive soon.