Microsoft Windows 10 Update KB4532693 takes users to a new user profile and convinces them that their data is missing.
It’s no secret that Windows updates sometimes get confusing and crash on hundreds of PCs. In a recent development like this, Windows 10 users are reporting serious issues, including user-profile and data loss on their PCs after installing the KB4532693 update. According to a recent report by ZDNet, the release of the KB4524244 update from Microsoft’s Distribution Server is the second bug-related Windows 10 update from Microsoft this month. The American software giant has not yet acknowledged the issues reported by its users since the recent update.
The report states that many users are being introduced to a new Windows 10 user profile after installing the updated KB4532693 instead of their existing one on their PC, which makes them believe that all their previously saved files are lost when, in fact, they are. Hidden disk with only one .000 Or Back Extensions This issue is caused by a faulty Windows Update service, which creates a temporary user profile during the installation process but later fails to unload it.
If you believe that you are one of the many who have been affected by the new bogie update of Windows, then there is no need to panic. You can uninstall the KB4532693 update by going to Settings (Win + I)> Update & Security> Windows Update> View update history> Uninstall Update. Double-click the update item named ‘Update for Microsoft Windows (KB4532693)’ in the pop-up window to start the uninstallation. After the restart, you should be able to log in to your existing user-profiles and view your files.
Microsoft seems to be experiencing a season of buggy Windows updates right now. It recently promised to fix a problem identified in the final software update for Windows 7, although the popular operating system is no longer officially supported. When the style is set, the problem is that the desktop wallpaper is completely black Stretch. Microsoft has since provided a solution to the problem, which basically changes the style to a different option, e.g. Fill, fit, tile, Or Center. You can read more about it here.