New Windows 10 October Cumulative Update Breaks Start Menu And Crashes Microsoft Edge

The new Windows 10 October cumulative update for the Windows 10 build 1903 brings more issues than fixes. Accordingly, if the update installs automatically on your machine, it breaks the Start Menu and crashes Microsoft Edge.

Microsoft quickly announced that they are aware of the issues regarding the Start Menu, and the devs promised a fix to come out in the following weeks. However, the Redmond-based tech giant said nothing about a possible fix for the crashes in Microsoft Edge. And many users are reporting that after they received Windows 10 October cumulative update for Windows 10 1903 build.

While the new Windows 10 1909 build would become available for all Windows 10 users in the world soon, the Windows 10 May 2019 update is the latest final version out there. However, on October 8th, Microsoft launched the so-called Windows 10 KB4517389 Cumulative Update for the Windows 10 1903 version.

Windows 10 October Cumulative Update Comes With More Issues Than Fixes

While the new Windows 10 October cumulative update fixed Print Spooler bugs, the latest release breaks the Start Menu and crashes Microsoft Edge. Many users reported issues with the Start Menu, but some others also said that Microsoft Edge started to crash after the new update installed.

To tackle the issues with Windows 10 October cumulative update, you can uninstall the update and wait for the fix. In case you need using Print Spooler at its maximum, you can only uninstall the KB4517211 update that caused the feature to crash.

But that’s not all! The new Windows 10 October cumulative update comes with an even more significant problem – it just fails to install, in some cases. Well, accordingly, you can feel lucky if the update doesn’t install on your computer, judging on the issues that it brings. Microsoft is aware of that bugs and promised a fix by the end of October. The best thing to do is to wait until Microsoft fixes all the bugs.

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson

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