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    Windows 10's latest update was pulled before it even got started due to a major issue. Now, Microsoft prepares to re-release a fixed version, something that it really shouldn't have to do in the first place.
    Last week, Microsoft started rolling out its latest version of Windows 10, known as the October 2018 Update, to the public without testing the final bits with Insiders in the Release Preview ring first. As a result, a major issue which saw user data get deleted during the upgrade process from the April 2018 Update to the October 2018 Update was not spotted at large by testers whose job was to test this exact upgrade scenario.

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    10-10-2018 12:30 PM

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