After stopping briefly the rollout of a Windows 10 upgrade that some users stated was erasing their individual files, Microsoft states it has actually recognized and repaired the concern– however it’s not rather all set for prime-time show right now.

Recently, Microsoft started presenting the October 2018 Update to Windows 10, bringing a lot of brand-new functions and app upgrades. Nevertheless, the upgrade was just readily available to those who actively sought it out and installed it themselves, ahead of a prepared wide-spread rollout that was expected to start today, October 9th. Nevertheless, Microsoft eventually stopped briefly the upgrade, as it examined user problems over their missing out on files.

In an article, Microsoft stated the impacted population was low– “one one-hundredth of one percent” of individuals who set up the upgrade skilled information loss, the business declares. The concern ought to be repaired now, however Microsoft has actually launched a repaired variation of the upgrade initially to the Windows Expert neighborhood of volunteer software application testers, prior to it returns out to routine customers for download.

“We have actually completely examined all reports of information loss, recognized and repaired all recognized problems in the upgrade, and performed internal recognition,” Microsoft stated in the post. “Likewise, Microsoft Assistance and our retailers client service workers are readily available at no charge to assist consumers.”

Furthermore, the post discusses in some technical information how how the problem took place, and states that Microsoft will help anybody who lost their individual files with recuperating their information.