Microsoft pauses Windows 10 October update after users’ complaints

Todd Singleton
October 9, 2018

"Microsoft is currently investigating the reports, but given these early issues it is not recommended to install the Windows 10 October 2018 Update right now", the report added. Users posted on their social medias and forums that files such as documents, music and photos are erased.

The update rolled out globally on October 2.

Microsoft customers can commercialize devices with new servicing options: A Semi-Annual Servicing Channel, which offers two feature update releases per year, and a Long-Term Servicing Channel, which provides security and quality updates without any new features over a 10-year period.

"I just updated (Windows - Approx.Ed.) and there is no problem".

Users who are not concerned by the potential threat can still download the update for testing purposes. The latest updates on devices are being blocked until the latest Intel Device Drivers are made available.

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Multiple reports are popping up at various corners of the web from users claiming that their data vanished in a puff of smoke after running the October 2018 update.

When users try to perform cleanup, the program is unable to remove specific content, such as recent files, system events or registry errors, among other items.

Those who hadn't gotten around to the automated update rollout should consider themselves lucky, as Microsoft's only guidance at this point is that users who experienced missing files should contact the company directly. That's great right up until Microsoft releases an update that causes problems for the end user. You can download the free version of Recuva from CCleaner and restore your lost files. In this case specialists suggest to press the Back button and continue using your current version of Windows 10.

A Robert Ziko wrote that after upgrading his computer to lost 220 GB of data. I've installed it myself on my main box with nary a hitch, and I've enjoying some of the new features. That means that freely available third-party software like Recuva may be able to recover them for you.

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