According to Windowslatest reports, Microsoft has admitted that some of the latest updates to Windows 10 are causing new problems for some PCs, rather than solving potential errors.
Microsoft claims that Windows 10 KB4571756 (which should be a cumulative update with security patches) is breaking Linux support . In addition, Microsoft quietly admitted to another error that created an “optional feature removal” warning message.
Naijatechnews has learned that the Windows 10 KB4571756 cumulative update was released on September 8, which includes SSD fragmentation fixes and other security improvements, but this update has caused serious problems for some PCs.
According to user reports, the September update of Windows 10 may break the Start menu and prevent some users from booting to the desktop. Some people have reported blue screen issues after applying the patch, and this update will also break the Windows subsystem of Linux. Fortunately, Microsoft said they already knew the problem, and the company finally determined the root cause of the problem.
Microsoft plans to release this fix with the next cumulative update, which is expected to be delivered this month or next month. If problems occur after the update, you can uninstall KB4571756 by going to “Settings”> “Update and Security”> “Update History”> “Uninstall Updates”.
Microsoft acknowledges “compatibility error” report
In another support document, Microsoft confirmed that if the local system account is blocked from accessing the Internet via HTTP in the firewall, compatibility errors may occur when installing Windows 10 feature updates .
Microsoft pointed out that this problem is caused by the Windows 10 installer dynamic update (DU) unable to download the package required for the feature update.
Microsoft confirms that they are making appropriate fixes and that these issues will be resolved in the upcoming cumulative update.
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