Microsoft Has Pulled the Windows 10 October 2018 Update

Oct 09, 2018, 03:06
Microsoft Has Pulled the Windows 10 October 2018 Update

Another user in that Microsoft support thread reports losing over 100GB of data, although some of their files were still present in OneDrive.

Roll back from Windows 10 version October 2018 Update to an earlier version does not help - the missing files are not restored back to great for many.

At the moment, it is not known how users are at risk of deleting multimedia files and documents.

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The update had been rolled out globally on October 2.

Windows 10 is a unusual beast.

"Last night I updated Windows 10 and it all went smoothly, but then I find that all my files in Documents are deleted". Microsoft has advised the users to wait till the time the newer Intel devices are available with the update. Microsoft will provide an update when it fixes the issue and starts rolling out the update again. User reports suggested that personal files were deleted on some machines and that there were a number of issues next to that.

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Microsoft has blocked the ability to upgrade for owners of the problematic devices, but some of them can see the warning when you try to manually control updates. And it shouldn't be the user's responsibility to check every folder after every upgrade just in case they need to restore something. Reverting to your previous Windows version will also be ineffective as your files will not be recovered. Windows Insiders testing preview builds of upcoming versions of Windows 10 use the Feedback Hub to log bugs and other issues they encounter.

That said, only a few Windows users are facing the problem since the company took appropriate action immediately after the reporting. We've also evaluated the best free backup software and services, though no-cost options tend to be more limited in features.

A Robert Ziko wrote that after upgrading his computer to lost 220 GB of data. When it is, you will also be able to connect your phone to your PC using Your Phone, but more advanced features like screen mirroring will most likely not make the cut given the restricted nature of the OS.

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