Fresh Windows 10 Update Fixes Internet Explorer Crash
If you have already had the chance to test Windows 10, you have probably seen that Internet Explorer crashes quite often. A new Windows 10 update has managed to fix this problem.
The Internet Explorer crash on Windows 10 was an annoying issue that generated a lot of discontent among possible future users. Microsoft have heard your call and thanks to a new update – now available on Windows update – you can eliminate this problem. All you have to do is download it, install it and then restart you computer in order to complete installation. This update goes under the update file KB 3020114, so pay attention to this while applying latest fixes.
Talking about Windows and Internet Explorer, many users have reported that Internet Explorer crashed too often on Windows 8 and 8.1. Following the launch of Windows 8.1., Microsoft support forums were full of threads on the too frequent crashes of Internet Explorer. Eventually, the problem was solved, but this makes us wonder whether or not these Internet Explorer crashed on Windows 10 were present because Microsoft probably used the Windows 8 platform to develop Windows 10.
A Microsoft representative said the following on Twitter:
One more hotfix today for #WindowsInsiders addressing a second high frequency explorer.exe crash. Replicating to WU servers now.
However, bear in mind that Windows 10 is still in the testing phase. Microsoft does not offer full support for this product, so malfunctions on various levels are to be expected. On the other hand, Microsoft might not release any major update for the Technical Preview Version until 2015.
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