One week after the release of October Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released it KB4520062 update for Windows 10 version 1809. And while the company says it is fixing a problem in the "Start" menu, it is not the same as the "Start" problem that Windows 10 users are facing this month.
However, a Microsoft employee said this week that this issue and the "critical error" warning you display will be fixed by the end of October.
For now, the 1809 release update fixes the problem in the Start menu only to those who upgrade to 1809 from a previous release. But the problem remains for those who have already upgraded to 1809.
"Prevents empty tiles from appearing in the Start menu when upgrading to Windows 10, a version of 1809 from any previous version of Windows 10," Microsoft explains in the notes.
The update includes 35 fixes and enhancements, including one that addresses a bug that caused high power consumption in Connected Standby mode and an issue that caused the screen to tan at startup when the first connection was made after installing an update.
On Tuesday, Microsoft also released updates for the 1607 and 1703 versions, which most users must already have abandoned.
The company has also probably released the second latest update for Windows 10 version 1803, which will stop working on Home and Pro versions on November 12.
Microsoft has been urging users of this release to upgrade to 1903 in recent months. However, if the data from a survey is correct, about half of all Windows 10 engines remain in the version of Windows 1803.
This 1803 update also fixes a screen tan issue when start, as well as another that causes a device to "repeatedly enter the Windows Out Of Box Experience (OOBE) reboot loop in some cases".
The Windows 7 will stop supporting it as it has been known in January. Microsoft has warned Windows 7 Pro users that devices that are not part of its IT management infrastructure will begin receiving notifications about the expiration date of the free support, 14 January 2020.