Microsoft has halted the rollout of its latest update to the Windows 10 operating system after users started complaining that it was wiping their files. It was launched to coincide with a new range of Surface hardware being unveiled at an event in NY.
According to head of the Windows Insider program Dona Sarkar, Microsoft support has a few tools to reverse the effects of the update and restore your deleted files. In particular you would find it easy to move and use photos and texts from your mobile on your PC.
Restart Windows Update by navigating to services.msc in the Start menu. Unfortunately, it's not just the file deletions that have caused an issue for users post-update, with others complaining that the Edge browser, as well as other apps, are unable to connect to the Internet.
Summing up the files issue with the latest Windows update; some users have had files deleted from the aforementioned folders, and there isn't any solution from Microsoft about how to recover them.
"We have paused the rollout of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809)* for all users as we investigate isolated reports of users missing some files after updating".
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In context: Microsoft is suffering from a bit of a PR crisis following the flawed early rollout of its Windows 10 October Update.
The update is reported to affect users' files stored in the "Documents" folder.
If you're in this position, then you can call +1-800-Microsoft or the local support number if you're overseas. Hopefully we will get some follow-up information shortly.
So the issue is being investigated, but how did Microsoft miss it in the first place?