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Warnings Issued For Millions Of Microsoft Windows 10 Users

Warnings Issued For Millions Of Microsoft Windows 10 Users

Windows 10 users are being warned by a whistleblower who is exposing the shoddy upgrades which are being used by the software giant. However, chaotic and bizarre updates continue to pour into our computers. Here are a few warnings to beware of.

It is surfacing that a Microsoft update to fix printing issues is breaking the start menu, search and edge browser on Windows 10. Some problems such as getting critical errors when trying to use the start menu are ruining the Windows experience. Uninstalling the update seems to work but then cause defer patches for the Windows 10 updates to linger on with errors.

The update is coded KB4524147 and is being dubbed the most annoying update in the history of Windows as it limits work by frustrating the start menu itself. It is also glitching the Edge Browser and seems like a wish-wash job.

Microsoft has taken responsibility for the Start Menu issues and promise an update to fix that at the end of the month while remaining silent on other issues. They have still not updated the KB4517389 page to show that the update is not good for downloading. This is not the first time that the lethargic attitude of Microsoft may cost their customers valuable time and effort.

The fundamental changes to the Windows 10 updates are not helping the tech giant correct the basics of the software according to the whistleblower.

Bugs in the Windows 10 broken updates began in September when it caused booting failures, printing errors, search and start menu bugs, screen discoloration, USB and Audio issues, spiked CPU usage, and internet connectivity issues. Microsoft continues to press on from these issues and will likely force users to make the new update before being able to uninstall the previous one.

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