For all the Microsoft Paint fans who have always loved to doodle around in their free time, here's some good news!
Windows 10 May 2019 Update is due in next month and hence Microsoft is now laying the groundwork for a smooth rollout of the update.
Inappropriate drive reassignment can occur on eligible computers that have an external USB device or SD memory card attached during the installation of the May 2019 update.
As you're probably aware, Windows gives every drive attached to a computer a letter, whether that's an internal hard drive or SSD, optical drives, or indeed external drives such as USB sticks.
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Through Sets feature in Windows 10 will enables users to replace windows with tabs as well as to kept sites, app data, and other info in check through browser resembling tabs, but the software maker have kill it. That would be potentially disastrous, so it's understandable that Microsoft is blocking the update on these particular configurations. However, after the upgrade, the device is reassigned a different drive letter. That's why you'll occasionally catch his byline in Tom's Guide, taking on the latest Souls-like challenge. For this reason, these computers are now blocked from receiving the May 2019 Update.
On top of all that, there's a little note at the bottom of the document that states "The drive reassignment is not limited to removable drives". One of those is the inability to handle an upgrade if a USB flash drive or SD card is plugged in. However, a bug has been identified that prevents installation of the new feature update on systems that have USB storage devices connected.
The good news is that Microsoft caught this before it starting pushing out the May 2019 update, which means it now only affects members in the Windows Insider program.