The latest update to Windows 10 may have fixed an issue causing the app to sometimes crash, causing a pop-up to appear when you try to start up the OS.
Users have reported that the problem has been present in some cases since early December, when it was discovered by Microsoft.
The Windows 10 “OS updates” release is now available to download.
The update, codenamed “OS 1511”, fixes several issues including a possible crash when trying to set the camera to auto-focus, and also adds a number of new settings.
The update brings support for “Windows Hello” fingerprint authentication, which will allow users to securely authenticate themselves using the device’s fingerprint sensor.
Previously, “Windows 10” users would need to enter their credentials in order to authenticate with the OS to log into their devices.
The issue with the “Windows” app would then force the user to use the login-required PIN, forcing them to re-enter the PIN if they want to continue.
Windows 10 is the latest version of Windows 10 that comes with an extensive set of features that are designed to help people keep their devices secure and perform tasks more efficiently.
In Windows 10, Microsoft has introduced a number features designed to make it easier for users to stay on top of their personal data, such as the ability to automatically sync settings across devices.
Users can also choose to opt-in to new features like Windows Hello, which allows users to unlock the device when entering the device.
The “OS Update” update also fixes several other issues, including a problem that could cause the browser to stop working.
Microsoft also released an update to fix the “lock screen” that could display a message asking users to “turn off” certain settings.
Windows users will need to manually download the update from the Windows Store, and users should check for updates on the company’s website.