Microsoft fixes the freezing and PowerShell issues in Windows 10 Anniversary Update

More computers around the world could soon be enjoying the benefits of Windows 10 after Microsoft claimed to have fixed a major issue with its latest update.

Released last month, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update was the first major update to Microsoft’s latest software version, but had caused  then there were issues with webcams and the latest to join the list was the breaking of PowerShell DSC. It almost seemed as if Microsoft was trying to stop people from using Windows 10.

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Microsoft breaks PowerShell DSC with Windows 10 build 14393.82

Microsoft published an article giving consumers ‘five reasons why you should install the Windows 10 Anniversary Update‘ on its website before the rollout began in August. I had some opinions too. However, since then it’s given Windows 10 users at least three reasons to be wary of updates. There was the mystery freezing issues and broken USB-connected webcams.

The latest came on Tuesday, when Microsoft rolled-out a cumulative patch for the Anniversary Update that broke PowerShell, its command line shell and scripting language. The notes accompanying the release suggest Microsoft knew the changes would stop several PowerShell features from working.

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