As if the plethora of bugs discovered in windows 10 version 1809 wasn’t already enough, here’s another official confirmation that the October update could cause issues on specific devices.
Microsoft has confirmed in a blog post that a number of devices may end up with the built-in administrator account disabled after upgrading to Windows 10 version 1809.
Windows 10 comes with a hidden administrator account which the installer turns off when you configure your own account with the same privileges. But according to Microsoft itself, even if you enable this default account, it ends up being disabled after installing Windows 10 version 1809.
While the problem has already been acknowledged, Microsoft says it’s in the process of fixing the issue and rolling out a patch.Fix coming later this month
However, you should only expect a fix by the end of January, according to Microsoft itself, most likely as part of the second batch of cumulative updates shipping to Windows 10 devices with non-security improvements.
Microsoft will also publish cumulative updates as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday cycle next week, but given this timeline, it’s likely that the administrator account bugfix wouldn’t be included.
Windows 10 version 1809 is one of the buggiest Windows releases in a long time, and Microsoft pulled it shortly after originally rolling it out in early October.
At this point, version 1809 is already available for download for all users by manually checking for updates in Windows Update.
In the meantime, the software giant continues the automatic rollout by pushing the update only to those devices that are considered to be fully compatible. This should help ensure a smooth release for the October update, especially given all these bugs that are substantially affecting the experience on devices that install the new feature update.
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