The problem doesn’t affect all users, but issues like this often leave me wondering how machines trapped in an endless boot loop are supposed to get the fix in the first place.
Presumably the company will release instructions on how to short-circuit the boot loop manually and apply the appropriate patch.
The company has repeatedly promised that by giving up this control, its customers will receive more timely updates, features, and improvements.
It’s the kind of promise that requires an ironclad commitment to shipping stable software — and Microsoft has been dropping the ball in myriad ways ever since Windows 10 launched.
A fix has been pushed out for the issues but the company has provided no details into what went wrong or what the patch fixes.
When we sent an email inquiry to Microsoft online customer support, the response time was not ideal, but atleast we didn’t receive an automated response.
The total hold time for the call was more than 3 minutes.
When the representative answered, she was speaking clear English.
The company is responsible for the Windows operating system, Microsoft Office products and Windows phones.
They are also the parent company for the Bing search engine.