A crash prevented correct user authentication in Chrome, Edge, VPN, and other services and applications!
In April, an annoying password problem in Windows 10 became known. It took Microsoft about six months to acknowledge the problem. And now, after another month, the company has found a solution for it.
The hotfix is already being rolled out to Windows Insiders testing participants and will be available for ordinary users with the next optional Windows update.
Recall that the Windows 10 crash did not allow correct user authentication in Chrome and Google accounts, Microsoft Edge, OneDrive and Outlook, Adobe CC, VPN, and many other services and applications. More VPN-related guides can be found here: internetprivatsphare and privacidadenlared.
Chrome and Edge browsers, numerous Windows apps, and VPNs prevent users from logging into their own account. Moreover, after each restart of the computer, these applications and services “throw” the user out of the account and require re-authentication.