Microsoft is cautiously rolling the Windows 10 Autumn update


Microsoft resumes the rollout of the autumn update of Windows 10. The update, which was released in October ended up with complaints as it could cause files to be lost.

After Microsoft called on users not to install the Windows 10 update, the company announced in October that the cause of the problems had been resolved.

Users seeking for the update can download the operating system starting from Tuesday night, writes Microsoft on his blog. The company will watch closely at the current rollout of the update. Based on perception the update will be made available in the coming months for all devices running Windows 10. For that reason, the autumn update is not available to all users immediately.

Users who have previously installed the Windows 10 update and lost files, may contact Microsoft. The company says it can not guarantee that users will actually get their files back. However, special software can help with this. Until then, users are advised to use their computer as little as possible to not to get their lost files overwritten by the new ones.

By: Maurice Eisma

Maurice Esma, a co-founder of EconomicInform is a freelance journalist with the expertise in international finance and corporate rights. The author can be reached by email

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