Microsoft has finally fixed an annoying Windows 10 error that caused restarts on some devices running the October 2020 Update.
The company also releases updates so far on more devices that could not install them due to compatibility.
In November 2020, Microsoft confirmed that some of the latest Windows 10 updates had critical bugs.
If your device was experiencing problems, Windows starts random reboots with a simple message: "Your computer will reboot automatically." After the message you have less than a minute to save your work, which could lead to data loss.
The good news is that the problem was rare and as of today there is a solution, according to a company support document.
The publication he says that the fix comes with the latest updates and users will no longer experience the error as long as they upgrade to the latest version of Windows 10 20H2.
Microsoft has also allowed more upgrades to the October 2020 Update, which will allow users who have compatibility issues to get updated systems.
In addition to the above, Microsoft has started fixing an issue that erases your passwords. Yes, Windows automatically deletes sessions for applications and websites after you restart your computer.
Anyone facing this problem will probably find a solution soon. However, Microsoft has made it clear that it is still testing this update with Windows Insiders.