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  1. Windows 10 update installation failure is proving a real headache for some KB4586781 cumulative update fails with a mysterious error message (Image credit: Shutterstock) Windows 10’s freshly released cumulative update for November is being problematic in terms of failing to install for some users, and there are a couple of other bugs besides – although fortunately minor ones. Update KB4586781, for Windows 10 machines running the May 2020 Update or October 2020 Update, is failing to install for some people with a
  2. Windows 10 update created a major password problem Users no longer able to save account credentials following Windows 10 update (Image credit: Shutterstock / vladwel) Microsoft has detailed a temporary fix for a frustrating Windows 10 bug that prevents software from storing account credentials, meaning the user has to re-enter their username and password each time they log-in. The flaw is also said to delete cookies held in web browsers, preventing websites from memorizing credentials and serving bespoke content to the u
  3. Don't install this Windows 10 update Microsoft just pushed out Windows 10 update has rolled out old and unnecessary device drivers (Image credit: Joel Khalili) The latest Windows 10 update has rolled out a selection of old and defunct drivers that could affect the functionality of certain hardware, users are reporting. As an example, some users have been served a driver update listed as “INTEL - System”, which is backdated to 1968 despite having been delivered via a Windows 10 2004 update this month. The
  4. Windows 10 updates seem to be broken (again), baffling users with unhelpful errors Following the same problem manifesting itself last month (Image credit: Shutterstock) Windows 10 has hit more trouble with updates, and some users are reporting that they can’t successfully install the latest cumulative update for September 2020. This is update KB4571756, and as Windows Latest reports, it’s apparently failing to install for some folks with an error message: “There were some problems installing updates, but we’ll try again
  5. Microsoft pulls problematic IE-pushing KB4559309 Cumulative Update We reported in August that Microsoft had acknowledged slow boot issues with KB4559309, the Cumulative Update which replaced the old Edge with the new Chromium-powered Edge. Now Microsoft has pulled that update and replaced it with KB4576754. KB4576754 does the same thing as KB4559309, but presumably without the slow boot issue. Microsoft notes: This update replaces previously released updates KB4541301, KB4541302 and KB4559309.
  6. Microsoft issues Windows 10 BSOD warning for some Lenovo users Windows 10’s latest batch of the cumulative update is causing a series of new problems for users, including Blue Screen of Death, performance issues, and another bug that breaks down Start Menu. Microsoft has now confirmed that updates released in the last two months could crash Lenovo ThinkPad machines with Blue Screen of Death. In a new support document that was quietly published over the
  7. Add a forced reboot bug to the list of recent Windows 10 issues Microsoft confirmed yet another bug for recent versions of its Windows 10 operating system. The bug may lead to forced reboots on affected systems and is the latest in a series of issues affecting several supported versions of Windows 10. Microsoft released cumulative updates for supported versions of Windows 10 on the second Tuesday of the month. The number of issues has grown since that release and these affected all supported Windows 10 versions and not just Windows 10 version 2004, the most recent vers
  8. Avast fixes bug that made the June cumulative updates block many programs Microsoft has officially acknowledged that Avast (one of my least-favorite Windows programs) has plugged a bug that caused many different Windows programs to fail to launch. Per the official Release Information Status page: Error when attempting to open any Microsoft Office application We have received reports that some users are unable to open apps after installing KB4557957, especially Microsoft Office apps. Affected users might also receive an error, such as, ‘Windows cannot find “c:\prog
  9. June cumulative updates cause multiple problems with network printers There are reports all over of the Windows June cumulative updates – KB 4560960 (Win10 version 1903/1909), KB 4557957 (Win10 2004), KB 4561608 (Win10 1809/Server 2019) and KB 4561612 (Server 2012) – breaking network printers. Uninstalling the update seems to fix the problem. Thinkstock Many admins report that installing the latest June cumulativ
  10. Reports are coming in that the Windows 10 KB4532693 cumulative update is loading an incorrect user profile and causing the user's desktop and Start Menu to be reset to default. On February 11th, Microsoft released the Windows 10 v1909 and v1903 KB4532693 cumulative update as part of their February Patch Tuesday updates. Since then, reports are starting to come in that after installing the update, some users state that their normal user profile is missing, their desktop files are missing, and everything was reset to default. I first learned about
  11. Windows 10 update breaks another major feature - but there’s a fix Microsoft's latest optional update has broken 'sleep mode' (Image credit: engadget) Windows 10 is suffering from yet another bug that's causing machines to unexpectedly wake up from sleep mode. Following the rollout of the Microsoft’s September 2020 optional update, Windows 10 users began reporting that their machine keeps waking up even when sleep mode has been enabled. “When I close the lid, press the power button, or select Sleep in
  12. Windows 10 May 2020 Update has a weird bug that could slow down some games Or cause crashes, and interfere with various apps including browsers (Image credit: Shutterstock) Windows 10 May 2020 Update reportedly has yet another issue, it would seem, with evidence of weird ESENT warnings being found under the hood in the operating system’s Event Viewer. You may well not have heard of ESENT, but it’s a DLL in Windows which is the ESE (or Extensible Storage Engine) runtime. In basic terms, it’s a data storage tech, and part of
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