A few days after the original release, on October 20, 2018, after an embarrassingly aborting Windows 10 update, Microsoft said today it broke the file deletion bug that caused the pause. I am preparing to do it.
Under certain conditions, there was a bug that caused the deletion of predefined user folders, such as documents and pictures, when there was a feature called Known Folder Redirection (KFR). use. KFR allows users to change the location of predefined Windows folders, so they can move to another drive. However, to be affected by the bug, the user must preserve the original version of the predefined file and place it in the folder.
According to an official blog post, the giant of this technology has had fewer Windows users affected by this issue. That is, less than 1% (or 0.0001%) of all installations. At the time the bug was discovered, the October 2018 update was only available to users who manually clicked on the & # 39; Update confirmation & # 39; button in their Windows settings, and Microsoft helped minimize the impact.
Currently, only users who subscribe to the Windows Insider program can use the revised version of the October 2018 edition, and Microsoft says it will monitor comments and data diagnostics.
A If the deployment schedule has not been announced yet, but the problem is completely resolved, a wider release will be made.
It is recommended that all users who are affected by the bug should call their local Microsoft support number. A technician can help you recover lost data.