Microsoft is working to fix problems with Windows Update to 8.1




Microsoft has announced that it is working on an update to ensure that users who are stuck on Windows 8.0 can update to version 8.1 of the operating system. Yet A fix is ​​currently being tested by Microsoft.

A spokesperson of the company from Redmond to know to Microsoft expert Paul Thurrott. The upcoming update fixes an issue that causes users of Windows 8.0, and the corresponding Windows RT version, can not update to Windows 8.1. When the software update is ready it will be distributed. Using the Windows Update program

The update was currently in ‘selected markets’ are tested, but more clarity on the procedure and the release was not given. Microsoft calls it a pilot program and describes the fix as an experiment, which is not yet clear whether this outcome will provide. For all users It is for Windows RT otherwise been possible to install the fix. manually

With the update, Microsoft hopes to fix that ensures that users get to version 8.1 of the operating system blue screen of death when updating their Windows or Windows RT installation a problem. Users complained for some time about the bug, but a way to fix the problem seemed to be not yet.

It is not the first time that a Windows update provides bsod’s in some users. Previously was the case when an update for Windows 7. Even when Microsoft released a fix.


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