Microsoft has already released the latest Windows 10 updates for the various versions of the Windows 10 operating system. The latest update addressed various problems, but the update hasn’t addressed the single bug found in the Windows’ Start Menu.

As reported earlier, the company has released a number of new cumulative updates for the four versions of the Windows 10 operating system. Microsoft also detailed the list of the important bug fixes as well as the improvements made. 

These are the updates on an issue that causes the power consumption for a device in Connected Standby mode and other issues on Bluetooth connection. The bugs that cause the Windows’ Settings app to stop working when the user changed the Windows theme and the ones that prevent a scroll bar from being selected and from opening a print dialog in the Internet Explorer browser were fixed. The issue about a black screen that appears after installing a Windows update was addressed as well. Windows 10 users can get more about the list of improvements made when they visit the Microsoft website. 

While all the big improvements made will surely be appreciated by many Windows 10 users, there’s one huge bug that has not been fixed by the previous and latest Windows; that single bug still lurks the Windows system. 

The latest Windows 10 update followed the release of Microsoft’s KB4517389 update, which was made available to the Windows 10 users earlier this month. That previous update was designed primarily to boost the security of the Windows 10 operating system. 

Unfortunately, the previous Windows (KB4517389) update didn’t work according to Microsoft’s plan and many have downloaded it claimed to experience some difficulty in leveraging the Windows 10’s Start Menu.  The Daily Express reported earlier that the previous Windows 10 update has caused a critical Windows error to display when the users attempt to use the iconic Start Menu.

In their earlier blog post, Microsoft announced plans to address the Start Menu and even confirmed the potential release date of the fix, which will be in late October. This means that Windows 10 users will need to wait for few days or simply remove the previous Microsoft KB4517389 patch.