It is no secret that updates for Windows 10 often not only bring new features and bug fixes to users, but also cause all sorts of problems. This time, Microsoft has acknowledged an issue that may cause some users to fail to install updates.
We are talking about a “compatibility error” that may occur for some Windows 10 users during the installation of cumulative updates. The source says that this error occurs if local Windows 10 accounts are blocked from Internet access via the HTTP protocol using a firewall. In these cases, the system cannot download all the packages necessary for updating the functions, which is why the installation fails.
The updated Microsoft support documentation states that a fix for this bug, as well as a number of other known issues that may occur when updating Windows 10, is under development. It is expected that a fix for this bug will be included in the next cumulative update.
In addition, Microsoft has previously acknowledged an issue with the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) Linux subsystem as being caused by KB4571756, released this month as part of the Patch Tuesday program. According to numerous user complaints that appeared after the September update on Microsoft support forums, in some cases after installing this package, Blue Screens of Death (BSOD), problems with the Windows Hello function, etc. may appear after the installation of this package.
If you notice an error, select it with the mouse and press CTRL + ENTER.