How to avoid getting screwed by the latest file-deleting Windows 10 update



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Microsoft announced an update to Windows 10, along with a bunch of Surface-branded devices at its October 2 event. Just a few days later, plenty of users started reporting that some of their desktop files were automatically deleted after they installed the update. That included files stored in the default folders for documents and pictures, among others. Sampling of Feedback Hub reports of data deletion from as early as 3 months ago pic.twitter.com/xlfsuEbh1d — Rafael Rivera (@WithinRafael) October 6, 2018 Oh my god. My “Documents” folder got deleted somehow causing *all* of my personal documents (Word docs, spreadsheets, etc) to…

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