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Microsoft clarifies that Windows 10 cumulative update KB4515384 does not damage the start menu

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A more common problem involves the "Start" menu and search functions, user reports, and installationAfter version 10 1903 accumulates updates to KB4515384, the start menu stops working properly.

Microsoft quickly acknowledged these problems and promised to investigate potential problems and propose remedial solutions. Subsequently, Microsoft said it had received reports that a few users had encountered problems related to the Start Menu and Windows Desktop Search. But in a new message from the Windows Update status page, Microsoft said that cumulative updates to KB4515384 were not the cause of the start menu problem, but it still asked users to send more feedback.

"at present, Microsoft has not found a search or start menu problem that seriously affects KB4515384 users. We will continue to monitor to ensure that users have a high quality experience when interacting with these areas. If you are currently experiencing a problem, we recommend that you take some time to report through the feedback Center (Windows F), and then try Windows 10 troubleshooting settings (found in Settings). If you encounter search problems, see the section on fixing problems in Windows search. "

But the most direct and effective way to solve the problem is to delete the cumulative updates completely, as long as this step is done, most of the problems will disappear.

Microsoft is expected to release a new round of cumulative updates later this month to see if they can solve this wave of problems.

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