The Windows 10 April 2018 Update Debuts On April 30

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sadsteve

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Hm, 'simplified IT management tools' makes me think it's more like 'dumified IT management tools'. Basically, like how most of the Microsoft Store Apps have less features than the Win32 application they're trying to replace.

One caveat here, I haven't been to the Microsoft Store in over a year so thing may have changed.
 

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Well I installed the update on our three machines yesterday (2 x laptops and 1 x desktop) and only the oldest laptop updated without an issue. Fortunately, the only issue with the desktop was that the update assigned a drive letter to my OEM partition making it show up in File Explorer...a simple DISKPART command to remove the letter seems to have fixed it. The annoying issue, however, and someone may be able to point me in the right direction is that my Dell XPS 13 9350 now has an "Unknown Device" flagged in Device Manager that I can't fix. The Microsoft Bluetooth Protocol Support device (BTH\MS_BTHL2CAP) is missing its driver and I can't find the driver to make it happy. Any ideas? The only immediate "bug" I've found in all three machines is that sometimes when you go to a Setting (e.g. right click on taskbar network icon and go to Network and Sharing Manager) the Maximize/Minimize/Close button is the color of a titlebar while the rest of the top is light or dark based on your theme.
 
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