Microsoft released Windows 10 KB4549951 on April 14 to introduce several security fixes, but, as so often is the case, a number of users found it introduced more problems than it corrects.
Many of the Blue Screens of Death are appearing intermittently, requiring a PC reboot, but other users are experiencing a loop of BSOD errors, meaning their computer crashes isntanty on every startup.
In addition to these major issues, users have reported files being deleted or moved to other folders following the update.
This update is a disaster. It deleted my files, pictures, documents saved in system drive and as well as my apps which I downloaded from Windows Store, wrote one user.
My system automatically updated on the 19th of April. I lost some important word files of my university. And a folder. I have looked on the temporary folders and I have tried to uninstall the update but they do not appear, said another angry Windows 10 user.
Not everyone is experiencing problems with the update, but those who do are advised to uninstall it. Microsoft hasnt commented on the reports, but it wouldnt be the first time the company releases an update to fix the problems a previous update caused.