Microsoft stopped updating Windows 10 due to data theft

Microsoft stopped updating Windows 10 due to data theft


Microsoft stopped updating Windows 10 due to data theft
Microsoft stopped updating Windows 10 due to data theft

Microsoft has postponed its October update for the time being after providing Windows 10 to the users shortly before. The company told it because of data theft reports.

It was written on Microsoft's company's support website that for some time we are blocking updates for Windows 10 of October 10, 2018 (Version 1809) for all users. This move has been taken on the complaint of users losing some data on updating this step and the company is investigating these complaints.

Microsoft announced this week that the latest versions of Windows would be provided for desktops and laptops. However, the company has not yet officially made this update available. But the users who downloaded their OS refresh had downloaded it. Complaints have been made on behalf of them regarding the deletion of documents, photographs and other data.

The company has started investigating the complaints of users seriously and taking it seriously. In this case, if you are thinking of installing this update then it would be better if you wait now.
Microsoft stopped updating Windows 10 due to data theft Microsoft stopped updating Windows 10 due to data theft Reviewed by RUPAM NATH on October 08, 2018 Rating: 5

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