Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary Update Release Date, News & Update: One Update After Another To Resolve Untargeted Bugs, Users’ Complaints; Perfection Coming Soon?

By Jennifer R. Irvin , Updated Sep 11, 2016 04:32 AM EDT
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Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary Update in August reportedly came with bugs, hitting the users' systems with problems like webcams becoming disabled and some login freeze problems. The company has since assured the customers of another update to resolve these issues.

The August Windows 10 Anniversary Update brought features and improvements focusing on business clients and everyday users. The features include Windows Ink, Edge browser, enhanced gaming experiences, Cortana improvements, security upgrades and a lot more, Computer World reported.

The digital assistant Cortana as well as the digital stylus with the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet were expected to receive enhanced functionality and additional features in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. According to reports, the update delivered some unexpected presents, the strange tendency to freeze systems and the mysterious capability to randomly disable webcams.

Microsoft assured the public that they are aware of these issues, and that they are taking necessary measures to resolve each. The Windows developer also noted that several that used the compressed MJPG as well as the H.264 streams for webcams were not compatible with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

While it failed to target each bug that was reported by the users, reports indicate that the Update looks into the critical issue of freezing during login. With that, the Windows 10 users are advised to visit the Microsoft site to update to the new version. However, other reports also show that although the company was able to fix the login freeze problem, a large number of users are still complaining about their disabled webcams.

To address all these, Microsoft provides a detailed walkthrough on its tech support forum to users who still experience login problems. Prior to this, the best way for the users was to go back to a previous instalment of Windows 10.

Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary Update also created other hardware issues such the one complained by Amazon Kindle users. According to them, their PCs crashed when they try to plug in their e-readers through USB,Beta News reported. Watch a Windows 10 Anniversary Update review here:

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