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Microsoft’s new update to fix Windows 10 reboot loop problem

Numerous Windows 10 users, having issues with updating their Windows 10 PC and getting stuck in an endless cycle of reboots, can take a sigh relief as Microsoft has released a new update to resolve the issue of reboot loop problem in Windows 10 in an amicable manner. Thanks to Microsoft for announcing the update to respond to a cumulative update, patch KB 3081424, which was released by the company earlier.

The patch KB 3081424 did not worked well and many users found it impossible to properly install as it would force a system reboot during the course of the installation process and would result in frequent failed installs and forced reboots. Interestingly, some users complained of a troublesome registry entry. Finally, Microsoft has an answer to the reboot loop with its new KB 3081436 update to fix the problem. Microsoft Windows Technical Support and Helpline

“This update includes improvements to enhance the functionality of Windows 10,” confirmed the global technology giant Microsoft in the introductory note to the release.


“Windows 10 updates are cumulative. Therefore, this package contains all previously released fixes. If you have installed previous updates, only the new fixes that are contained in this package will be downloaded and installed to your computer,” Microsoft added.

As aggrieved Windows 10 users are searching for Windows 10 technical support online and via other channels, the company has suggested them to open the Control Panel if the update does work properly by clicking on ‘View installed updates’. Then, select ‘KB3081436’ and click uninstall in the toolbar. Finally, Windows 10 users need to restart the computer. This simple process will help Windows users get the best out of their operating systems with no hassles.

The latest Microsoft’s security patch is capable of addressing the following issues:

  • Susceptibilities in the .NET Framework may perhaps allow elevation of privilege (3086251 MS15-092)
  • Snowballing security update for Microsoft Edge (3084525 MS15-091)
  • Insecure command-line parameter passing might allow information disclosure (3082458 MS15-088)
  • Weakness in Mount Manager may possibly allow elevation of privilege (3082487 MS15-085)
  • Defenselessness in Microsoft graphics component could allow remote code execution (3078662 MS15-080)
  • Cumulative security update for Internet Explorer (3082442 MS15-079)

When it comes to installing the update in a perfect manner, Microsoft allows you to simply set auto Windows or you can install the patch manually. Similar to the last cumulative update and critical update for Windows 10 as well, KB 3081436 is also available for users as it is issued automatically through Windows Update.

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