A week ago the October 2018 update for Windows 10 had scarcely landed before Microsoft was compelled to delay its rollout, as a couple of clients grumbled of missing files. Many took to Windows help center and Reddit to complain about the missing files on their PC’s after the installation of the Windows 10 update.
Presently Microsoft says it has recognized and settled the issue, which was identified with a component called “Known Folder Redirection (KFR)” and an endeavor to expel additional copy folders that could cause lost files in three particular situations.
It isn’t prepared to start conveying the settled 1809 updates to most clients yet (a test rendition is taking off to its Slow and Release preview rings first), yet a change that is as of now observable is in its Windows Insider Feedback Hub. While Microsoft keeps up that the number of clients affected by the issue in the update for Windows 10 was little (“one-hundredth of one percent”) the seriousness of the bug implied it merited consideration regardless of whether just a couple of individuals saw it.
Presently clients can incorporate a note about effect and seriousness when they’re revealing something in the input center, so the test group isn’t simply overflowed with fan demands for a fervently examined highlight when a more significant issue is going unnoticed.
Any individual who is as yet missing information in the wake of introducing the first update can contact Microsoft bolster or go to one of its retail locations where they can endeavor to recoup lost files and folders.
Windows 10 has also launched a feature that makes it easier to connect your Android devices and use them on the go through your personal computer. You can read about the new feature here.
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