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Some Windows 10 users are reporting that they’re losing files, and their battery life is lower, after installing the latest update. 
Some users claimed to have only lost a few files, but others said they’ve lost hundreds of gigabytes — and there doesn’t seem to be any way to get them back. 
The update also appears to be causing processors to overexert themselves, causing lower battery life. 
Microsoft told Business Insider that it’s investigating the issues. 

If you value the files saved on your computer, you might not want to update to the latest version of Windows 10 just yet.

Some Windows 10 users who installed the Windows 10 October Update — officially released earlier this week — are reporting a myriad of issues, including deleted files that they can’t recover and unnecessary processor use that’s eating the battery life, Digital Trends reportsSee the rest of the story at Business Insider

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