Microsoft has spent the last month frantically fixing errors in Windows 10 October 2018 update. But if you are one of the millions of people who installed the update when it was available, you have not received the bug fix updates!
But Microsoft has fixed them, right? Yes, but but millions of computers have not yet received these corrections. Here's what Ed Bott says about ZDNet, in part about Microsoft's refusal to communicate with its customers:
Microsoft says that all these issues were fixed in cumulative updates released October 16 and October 20, respectively. But if you were one of the enthusiastic souls who downloaded and installed version 1809 in the first week available, you have not received the updates . To get fixes for unambiguously serious errors in a version of Windows 10 released via public channels, you must add your device to the Windows Insider Program and select a long time or Release Preview Ring.
It's not right. Customers who run an officially released version of Windows should not have to sign up as a beta tester for critical fixes.
Millions of Windows computers installed the update in October 2018 and have not received these fixes. You must register as a Windows Insider to get them. Beta Stators have a stable operating system than millions of early adopters. And Microsoft does not communicate with its customers, so nobody knows this.
Not only are the Windows networks that installed these buildings, anyone who clicked the "Search for Updates" button in Windows before Microsoft retrieved the October 2018 update received it. It's no wonder that millions of people installed it!
These bugg fix updates are so critical that Microsoft does not release Windows 10 October 2018 update without them. So why does Microsoft not offer them to existing users?
Microsoft needs to start communicating with its customers and fix its broken Windows development process. It keeps the entire PC industry back, and the latest file association and Windows activation issues make Microsoft look even worse.
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