Days after its update release Microsoft released a tool which is a fix for the update. Six days back Microsoft has released an update which failed to install on PCs of many users.

A Microsoft spokesperson said that the update which was released rolled back continuously when users tried to install it. This could affect PC’s which earlier ran a build delivered through the Windows Insider Program and were then swapped to the public Current Branch release.

A Fix Released For The Windows 10 Update Six Days Later By Microsoft
A Fix Released For The Windows 10 Update Six Days Later By Microsoft

Microsoft said, that they knew about the latest Windows 10 update which affected some users in the Windows Insider Program which was running on an earlier build of OS. They also said that they have now come up with a resolution to solve the problem and that it was live and accessible.

The link opens Windows 10 1607 (RSI) Script Fix to Unblock Update for Insider. This is a Microsoft Installer file which makes some alterations without having you to register edits or take permission for changes.

A concise explanation of the file defines it in a simple way: “Script to fix Xbox Scheduled Task leftover reg keys that block update for insider builds prior to 14388.”

There is no account of how many PC’s were affected, but the numbers are definitely in thousands, on behalf of systems which were in the  Windows Insider Program, getting preview releases, in the first beginning of 2016 before moving to the public branch.

Though the number looks to be small, but it signifies and an extraordinary significant crowd of people who used Windows 10. The group also comprises of some tech reporters who are specialists in topics connected with Microsoft.

If you have been affected by the update you can run the script to unblock the update and continue with the functioning of your PC normally.

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