Microsoft recently released the October 15 update for the Windows 10 version 1809 users but it has been filled with bugs and issues. The Washington based operating software giant has warned the Windows users about the error and requested them not to install it. The October 15 cumulative update poses a threat to the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and the companies that depend on it.
Microsoft has raised a worldwide alert to all the Windows 10 users about the update plagued with bugs and issues, asked them not to install the update KB4520062, which is also called as the cumulative October update. Here are the severe problems in the Windows 10 October 15 update and how you can solve the issues.
Problems in Windows 10 October 15 Cumulative Update
Windows 10 devices running on the server 2019 are the primary machines affected by the bugged update. This update is the second update of October that was released after the Tuesday patch update. Microsoft has sent out an alert to warn the users about the destructive capability of the October 15 cumulative update.
📝 [Release Notes Published] The following release notes coincide with Cumulative Updates for Tuesday, October 15th, 2019.
— Windows Update (@WindowsUpdate) October 15, 2019
— MSPoweruser (@mspoweruser) May 16, 2019
The update KB4520062 can totally stop the Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) from working and can affect its default functions. It can also stop sending reporting data and cause a total failure of the ATP. Windows 10 users who have installed the October 15 update have complained about the 0xc0000409 error in Event Viewer on MsSense.exe.
How to Solve the Windows 10 Update Problems?
The best way to save yourself from the side effects of Windows 10 October update is to avoid installing it in the first place. Microsoft officials have advised the users in the affected area to not install KB4520062 update on their devices and wait for the next cumulative update. The October 15 cumulative update is an optional update and users don’t have to take any risk by installing it.
Microsoft has assured its users not to panic as they are working on a solution. It has been reported that the November 2019 Tuesday patch update releasing on November 12 will rectify all the bugs and make Windows 10 safe again.