Buggy Windows 10 update pulled after files deleted from users desktops

Buggy Windows 10 update pulled after files deleted from users desktops

Microsoft has pulled the latest update to its Windows 10 operating system after users reported files being deleted from the desktop and Start menu.

Jamie
Jamie
IvoryDove
IvoryDove 1 months

Ironically, as Windows continues to belch crap like a broken sewer line, the chief architect of the sewer system (Bill Gates) uses his wealth to buy political favor and diversify his portfolio into green energy (the future sewer system for global elites). We should have known back when Gates declared 512KB was more than enough memory to boot a PC that he wasn't brilliant, just lucky.

Ryan M
Ryan M 1 months

It's been like this with Microsoft for literally 30 years.

Paris Cloud
Paris Cloud 1 months

Don't install the new updates until Microsoft tells you the update won't delete your files, like it did last year. Stupid updates.

Dave
Dave 1 months

Clinton declares she installed this happened to her email server.

little
little 1 months

OMG

Per Gunnar
Per Gunnar 1 months

Another screw up by Nadella and his useless cronies.

R_Forde
R_Forde 1 months

I didn’t have any of these issues.

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