New Windows 10 hotfix remedies Explorer crash

It looks like users of the Windows 10 Technical Preview are getting a new hotfix today. Announced by Gabriel Aul on Twitter, this one addresses a second high frequency Explorer.exe crash. If you're experiencing the crash, be sure to check out the Windows Update servers to grab the patch.

Aul announced:

One more hotfix today for #WindowsInsiders addressing a second high frequency explorer.exe crash. Replicating to WU servers now.

This one comes on the heels of an earlier hotfix released earlier this week to fix issues that came up with the Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9879.

Source: Gabriel Aul

Chuong Nguyen

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