Almost a month ago, Microsoft started rolling out the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to Windows 10 users. Following the release, there have been a couple of major issues in the update, including things like freezing issues and webcam issues. Now, Microsoft has started fixing some of the bugs in the Anniversary Update. Yesterday, the company shipped a new cumulative update for Windows 10 Anniversary Update. The cumulative update apparently fixes the freezing issues which some users were facing. The software giant stated:
After the launch of the Anniversary Update for Windows 10, Microsoft received a small number of reports of Windows 10 freezing when signing into Windows after installing the Anniversary Update. With the help of users and MVP’s who posted on this thread an investigation determined that a small fraction of users who had moved app information to a second logical drive could encounter this issue.
The Windows Update released on August 31st for Windows 10 includes a fix for this issue. This update is automatically applied when installing the Anniversary Update.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update still includes some other minor issues which Microsoft will hopefully address soon. If you were having the issue on your PC, just head over to Settings > Update & Security and Check for Updates. Once installed, the freezing issue should be gone — if not, let us know in the comment section below.