The list of bugs in Windows 10 version 1809, or October 2018 Update, seems to continue to grow despite Microsoft's efforts to fix it.
Microsoft's Japanese Ask the Network & AD Support Team confirmed another error in Windows 10 version 1809. The error occurs when devices running Windows 10 of the 1803 Update (April 2018 Update) upgrade to the 1809 version.
According to the report, Windows 10 administrator accounts may stop working after the upgrade.
Microsoft says it is trying to resolve the problem and asks administrators not to upgrade to Windows 10 October 2018 Update devices where the embedded Administrator account is the only Administrator account, as this would prevent administrative access to those devices.
Administrators should make sure that at least one other Administrator account is available on their devices before the upgrading to the new version of Windows 10 starts.
To find out if there is another administrator account on a device:
Push the two Win-R keys together to open Run,
Type userpasswords control and in the window that will open select "Manage another account".
Windows 10 displays the list of accounts on your device and their type.
The 1809 version of Windows is one of the most failed versions of the operating system ever since it was released by 2015.
Microsoft was forced to stop distributing the upgrade in October of 2018 right after the release of the new version. The company had to make repairs by December and resume the distribution of the operating system.
Let's say that next great update is in three months, and Microsoft will have to find a way to fix all the outstanding issues immediately, because negative reviews continue to increase.
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