Another Windows 10 update failure seems to be bothering some users, who complain to the Internet that their start menu starts to malfunction after installing the Windows 10 September 2020 update (also known as KB4571756, KB4574727).
Start menu is its main feature Windows 10, Which allows you to quickly access installed applications, so an update is reported to be causing the problem.
The new Windows 10 update does not seem to bother people’s start menus alone, as some people are experiencing the dreaded blue screen of death, and problems signing in to their PC and other bugs.
As Windows latest reports, Users went to Reddit and Microsoft’s Community Forum to report issues.
Modifications to the way Windows 10 tablets and 2-in-1 devices work with Windows 10KB 4571756 can be blamed on users not being able to open the Start Menu or Action Center.
Unable to use Start menu, but other issues connected to the new update could not be signed in to a PC – Windows 10 users sign out as soon as they log in.
There is a blue screen of death that appears when Windows 10 crashes and is not fully responsive. All a user can do when this happens is restart their machine and unsafe jobs may be lost.
It seems that the temporary user profile bug exists again. This one Pope, who has often been a source of concern recently. When a user loads Windows 10 instead of logging into their own account, Windows 10 forces them into a temporary user profile, meaning their settings, themes and data are unavailable.
This is incredibly annoying, as Microsoft had previously promised. So, it’s disappointing to hear that it may come back.
How to solve problems
Until Microsoft comes up with a fix solution to these issues – which will appear in the form of another Windows 10 update – the best way to fix these issues is to uninstall problematic updates – KB4571756, KB4574727. Check out our guide How To Uninstall Windows 10 Updates For more information.
You can also try to use a restore point to troubleshoot – Choose a restore point from a time before you install the update. We also have a guide Uses Windows 10 System Restore feature To help.
We have been in touch with Microsoft for feedback on these new issues. The company can be expected to come up with a solution soon.