Fixed reboot error in Windows 10

Windows 10 received a fix for a problematic bug that restarts the system.

The bug only gave you a minute to save the job

Affected users are faced with a dialog that informs them: “Your computer will automatically restart in one minute. Windows has encountered a problem and needs to be restarted. You should close this message and save your work. “As you can imagine, this could be quite inconvenient if you are in the middle of a job, not to mention the rush to save everything if you were working on multiple applications at the time. However, this problem only affects a limited set of Windows 10 users – those who have renamed local accounts (such as “administrator” or “guest”) when they interact with any dialog box that lists users, for example, sign access. -in options in settings or users folders in Local user and groups MMC snap-in. This led Microsoft to set up an upgrade block to prevent errors before the latest update.

The fix for the current problem has now been applied and the upgrade block (or protective hold as Microsoft calls it) has been removed.

Source: Techradar

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