Microsoft fixes Windows 10 bug in nick of time

|July 28, 2015 0

MUMBAI, INDIA: Microsoft has fixed a new bug in Windows 10, Microsoft’s most publicized operating system software which releases tomorrow.

In his tweet today, Gabe Aul, General Manager, Engineering, Operating Systems Group, Microsoft, said that Microsoft has resolved the problem by rolling out yet another update.

Dubbed KB3074683, the new update allows users to once again uninstall software via Control Panel, though you can also remove any application via the new Windows 10 Settings screen.

On Wednesday, Microsoft rolled out an update dubbed KB3074681 to the current Windows 10 build or version. But the update contained a bug that caused Windows’ Control Panel to crash if one tried to uninstall an application.

Microsoft will first push Windows 10 to members of the Windows Insider Program, who have been downloading and testing each new build and offering their feedback to the company. After Microsoft deals with any newly-discovered bugs, the rollout will then proceed to Windows 7 and 8.1 users who have reserved the free upgrade.

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