Earlier this week, Microsoft started distributing the, version 1809, to Windows users who manually checked for updates.
It's not clear how many Windows 10 users are affected by the problem, but even if it's a small percentage it's still surprising this issue was never picked up during Microsoft's vast testing of the October update. With their hard drives suddenly lost all of your user folders, including documents, pictures and music.
The update had been rolled out globally on October 2. Windows 10 October 2018 Update is viral for all the machines and comes with a number of features for the betterment of the working devices. However, it's not affecting all who've updated their Windows 10 devices. As noted, this update is deleting user documents and other files. While previous updates have also had issues, this one boasted particularly serious ones such as user files being deleted, bugs in the Task Manager, Intel driver incompatibility, internet connectivity issues, and more.
Microsoft finally provided a tool for frustrated users that in the past were interrupted by an update that jumped up while they were in the middle of something important.
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"And the players have to take their share of the blame because they can put the effort in like they did in the second half against Newcastle ".
"I have just updated my windows using the October update (10, version 1809)".
Microsoft is starting to roll out the Windows 10 October 2018 Update today, starting with Insiders and those ready to proactively grab the new bits.
Now Microsoft is readying for another major Windows 10 update that was about to hit sometime this month. At the moment, there's pretty much no way to recover the lost data. Here are some of the new capabilities you can expect in this surprisingly feature-packed release.
Personally, I've disabled Windows Update entirely until this issue gets resolved, and it's probably best for you to do the same; temporarily, of course.
Customers including Rockwell Automation, Redback Technologies, and Johnson Controls are already using Microsoft's updated IoT capabilities.