Windows 10 update, problems with zipper files

New bug for Microsoft in the latest version of Windows 10, still problems with files automatically deleted by the operating system for users

The problems for Microsoft with Windows 10 updates do not end. A few weeks ago Redomond was forced to withdraw the latest version of its operating system due to a bug that randomly deleted some data saved on users' PCs.

To fix this problem you can follow our guide or install the update released in recent days by Microsoft itself that should fix the initial bug. The conditional, however, is a must. Some users, and the same Redmond has confirmed, have in fact noticed a second bug even in the latest version of the update for Windows 10 just released by Microsoft. Just as in the first case, also on this occasion users record the random deletion of some files saved on our PC. This time it's about theĀ files with ".zipper" extension, i.e. the compressed folders you use to send several files at once via email or to save some space on your hard drive.

The new bug on Windows 10

According to what Microsoft reports, the new bug on the October Windows 10 update should only affect some users, and as mentioned, only in the case of moving some files from a .zipper folder to a folder with another format. In practice, instead of being extracted the files are directly deleted.

Microsoft has made it known that in early November 2018 will be released a new update, this time hopefully the final one without bugs, which should solve all kinds of issues with files that tend to be deleted automatically. In the meantime if we have installed one of the two versions with the bug we can recover the files from a restore point to go back to using the old version of Redmond's OS on our computer.