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October 24, 2020
Latest Windows 10 Update Causing Crashes, Repeat Reentry of Website Login Credentials

Latest Windows 10 Update Brings Back the Blue Screen of Death

Microsoft’s most recent Windows 10 update appears to increase the number of crashes and cause issues with logging into websites…

Windows 10 users might have taken notice of a few undesirable experiences that come with the newest update. It appears to have become very common, triggering various issues. The update, released in September, was intended to solve a number of problems already plaguing users attempting to install the May 2020 Windows 10 update. However, it seems like it’s only made matters worse.

Latest Windows 10 Update Causing Crashes, Repeat Reentry of Website Login Credentials

One of the most annoying glitches affects website logins. The new update forces people to re-enter their credentials every time they restart the operating system. But, that’s not all. The bug is also affecting Microsoft’s own apps, as well. So, anytime someone shuts down or restarts their computer, they must repeatedly re-enter their login credentials in order to gain access.

Despite that aggravation, there’s another even bigger issue — the resurfacing of the notorious Blue Screen of Death. Fortunately, Microsoft is aware of the problem and says it is working hard to send out a fix. But, in the meantime, Windows 10 users continue to report the bug occurs when the OS detects an offline folder feature or a domain profile on the network.

Unfortunately, these aren’t the only two problems. Some others are experiencing system crashes, along with issues in Windows Search and the Start Menu. Additionally, some have even been stuck inside a system reboot loop. Hopefully, Microsoft will issue a fix sooner rather than later.

Owen E. Richason IV

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