A New Windows 10 Update Released

A New Windows 10 Update Released

Windows finally resolved an issue that had been going on for nearly a year in the first update of the new year released this week by Microsoft. In the update, which is generally based on security fixes, the bug preventing the ‘Reset This PC‘ operation from being performed was also finally fixed.

Microsoft continues to release updates regularly to fix various bugs that occur in the Windows operating system. As a matter of fact, Microsoft, which tried to fix system errors with the first update of 2021, finally eliminated a problem that emerged after an update released last year with the latest update to Windows 10.

Many Windows users were unable to use the ‘Reset This PC‘ feature after an update released in February last year. This error, which affected many versions of Windows 10 from 1607 to 1909, was eliminated with the new update though.

Affected Windows 10 Versions After Update:

Windows finally resolved an issue that had been going on for nearly a year in the first update of the new year released this week by Microsoft.
  • 1909 version
  • 1903 version
  • version 1809
  • Enterprise LTSC 2019
  • version 1803
  • 1709 version
  • Enterprise LTSC 2016
  • version 1607

Microsoft had to roll back the update after the error

Windows finally resolved an issue that had been going on for nearly a year in the first update of the new year released this week by Microsoft.

Microsoft had to delete the Windows 10 update after the error published in February 2020 that prevented the ‘Reset This PC‘ operation from being performed. The company also recommended that those who update their computers remove the update from the Settings menu.

In fact, ‘Reset This PC‘, which allows users to reset their computers with a few simple steps, will work smoothly again with the new update. By making regular Windows updates, you can use the ‘safest‘ and most stable operating system of your operating system.