Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Release Date

Microsoft as promised pushed out the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to all users yesterday. The users who upgraded to the latest version of the OS manually via the Update Assistant have now complained that the Start Menu is longer working or broken.

There have been various complaints being reported on Microsoft community forum’s that the Start Menu has been broken after installing the Fall Creators Update. Users who have installed are now complaining that they are not able to Pin or Unpin applications.

One of the user complained that the apps are no longer included in the Start Menu in spite of them being installed on the system. The apps can’t be pinned from the taskbar or start menu after the upgrade.

There has been no update if Microsoft is working on any fix for the Broken Start Menu and we are tracking the news and will update the article once Microsoft releases a fix for the Start Menu/Task bar issue.

We @ Windows Latest request our users not to install the Fall Creators Update manually to avoid any such issues and instead wait for the update to hit your devices, since the roll out is gradual and you should receive the update in the coming weeks. Do let us know if any of our users are experiencing a Broken Start Menu in the comments below.

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