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Microsoft pulled the Windows 10 update that has been deleting files

Over the last couple of days, some users who went ahead and installed the Windows 10 October Update have complained that it deleted personal files in their documents folders. Microsoft hadn't started pushing the update automatically via Windows Updat…Read more

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