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For Microsoft and Windows 10 now it never rains but pours . So no it is strange that despite recent changes in updates mileage disappointments limitations chaotic and rather bizarre updates continue with new warnings, Windows 10. & nbsp;
Always great BleepingComputer and Windows Latest is news that the last two Windows 10 updates are breaking boot systems, printing the Start menu, Windows search, and WMWare Workstation. It's just something we know so far. & Nbsp ;
BleepingComputer manages the startup, printing and problems of the Start menu in Mi, a new cumulative KB4524147 update from crosoft. The print problem appears to be a repetition of KB4522016 mess while the Start menu error warns users: "Your Start menu does not work. We will try to fix it the next time you log in" – and no , logging in again doesn't help. & nbsp;
But the download problem is mostly about BleepingComputer, citing multiple sources, and contacting an IT support worker who states, "My phone has been ringing all day with customers from the machine who will not boot after yesterday's update."
"This update completely distorted my computer, the Microsoft recovery screen on startup. None of their automatic fixes work !!!" wrote by one exposed user. & nbsp;
"The reality is that this update is a hot mess," BleepingComputer concludes. – The description of what was corrected was poorly worded and no one has any idea if this is a cumulative security fix. or, above all, security updates with non-security patches. "
So stay away. & Nbsp;
Meanwhile, Windows latest reports KB4517211, either & # 39; Windows 10 Cumulative Cumulative Update is a problem with Windows Search and Cortana when users submit complaints to the Microsoft Community Forum and the Feedback Center.
"After KB4517211 is installed and you cannot restart enter nothing in the search box "wrote one user in Review." You can't even get a source here ". & nbsp;
As for the problems VMWare the latest Windows reports affect the PC with the message:" Workstation VMware Pro cannot run on Windows. Check for an updated version of this application that runs on Windows. "But there is no updated version. & Nbsp;
The good news: users have found that removing both updates will solve these problems, but it should help to alleviate wider user concerns after a former Microsoft employee blew a whistle why Windows 10 updates have become so buggy . & nbsp;
And it's born. Only in the last month can you add these five new bugs to your Windows 10 update list that already broke Search and Start Menu (yes, again), caused USB and audio issues o screen discoloration spiked CPU usage and disconnected users from the Internet . & nbsp;
Microsoft also continues to click on its problem. Windows 10 1903 is being built on users I suspect these problems will be just the tip of the iceberg. & Nbsp;
For Microsoft and Windows 10 ] now it never rains but pours. So it's no wonder that despite the latest changes in updates, the frustration, limitations, chaos, and quirkiness of updates with new alerts that every Windows 10 user should know about is continuing.
Catching up with the always-different BleepingComputer and Windows The latest news is that the last two Windows 10 updates are breaking downloads, printing the Start menu, Windows search, and WMWare Workstation. And this is something we know so far.
BleepingComputer controls the download, printing and release of the Start menu in a new Microsoft KB4524147 cumulative update. The print issue looks like a recurrence of KB4522016 clutter while the Start menu error warns users: "Your Start menu does not work. We will try to fix it the next time you log in" and no, subscribe again "does not help.  But the download problem is mostly about BleepingComputer, citing multiple sources, and contacting an IT employee who states that "My phone has been ringing all day with customers who are not downloading after yesterday's update."  twisted my computer, Microsoft recovery screen on startup. None of their automatic fixes work !!! ", – wrote one of the affected users.
" The reality is that this update is a hot mess. "" The description of what it fixes was poorly worded and no one has an idea whether it is a cumulative security patch or a security patch first and foremost with unprotected patches. "
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