Previously the company only advised users to not install the update.
Microsoft has paused the rollout of its latest Windows 10 update after users reported that photos and other personal files had been wiped without warning by the latest version of the operating system. Now, Microsoft has fixed the problem and explained what happened. If there are still files in the "Documents" folder then you're not affected by the issue, according to another tweet from Sarkar.
As I had speculated earlier, the problem also occurred on some systems that used the relatively new Auto Save feature in OneDrive to relocate the contents of the Desktop, Documents, and Pictures folders to corresponding locations in the cloud. For example, an empty copy of the original C:\Users\Name\Downloads folder appeared. [.] Once we have confirmation that there is no further impact we will move towards an official re-release of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
Microsoft added code in the October 2018 update that would make sure these empty duplicate folders were removed.
"Prior to re-releasing the October 2018 Update our engineering investigation determined that a very small number of users lost files during the October 2018 Update", stated the Microsoft announcement. But we're shocked that Microsoft messed up in the first place.
If Microsoft's estimation of the percentage of affected users is accurate, it's likely that a few hundred people were affected by this bug.
Microsoft is now testing an updated version of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update that promises to fix a serious issue that led the company to pull the update following its public release last week. Microsoft retail stores will also try to help, and may be able to aid you in recovering your deleted files.
Mental health researchers Dr Jo Robinson and Professor Patrick McGorry say that this rise in suicides is "devastating". Physical activity can help relieve stress as it relaxes the muscles and alleviates tension in the body.
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Ajayi told reporters on Monday that he wished the Eagles rushed the ball more during Sunday's 23-21 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. All of which had speculation running rampant Monday that Philadelphia might try to swing a trade for Le'Veon Bell.
Kavanaugh had said during his confirmation hearing in September that he would hire an all female clerk if confirmed. He was sworn in by retired Justice Anthony Kennedy at an entirely ceremonial event Monday at the White House.
We have seen Hazard on form before, but he needs to produce consistently, season after season; not one season on, one season off. But Chelsea may block Eden Hazard from leaving the club in January considering how important he is this season for the Blues.
Hurricane-force winds extended outward up to 35 miles from the center and tropical-storm-force winds were outward up to 185 miles. The evacuation orders went into effect Tuesday morning for some 120,000 people near the beach and other areas of Bay County.
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If you believe the solution is sit in the box and try find the solution in this way, I don't believe in this way. Aaron's had a lot of injuries, but I watched him against Cardiff - and he played the whole game.
However, while doing this security review, Google decided that keeping the social network going was too much work. The company, however, can not confirm which users were affected by the bug when it was active from 2015 to 2018.
Nikki Haley resigns as Trump's United Nations ambassador
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IOS 12.0.1 fixes iPhone XS charging and WiFi glitches
This update is a smaller one, as you might've guessed since it's an x.x.1 update, but there are still some notable bug fixes. But this prevented subtitles from working on some video apps, and also created an issue where Bluetooth might not work.
Governor: Limo that crashed shouldn't have been on the road
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Turkish police focus on 7 suspects in Khashoggi case
The 59-year-old Khashoggi went missing while on a visit to the consulate in Istanbul for paperwork to marry his Turkish fiancee. There he wrote opinion pieces for the Washington Post and continued to appear on Arab and Western TV channels.
Caroline Wozniacki wins second China Open title
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