Linux Users Claim That Windows 10 Anniversary Update Deletes Dual-boot Partitions

Not long ago, Microsoft dispatched its eagerly awaited Windows 10 Anniversary Update stacked with new elements. Shockingly, some Linux clients, including Ubuntu Community chief Alan Pope, are reporting that Anniversary Update is erasing their Linux double boot parcel.

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A section from the no-nonsense Windows and Linux fans, there’s another product of techies who affection to outdo both universes. These individuals double boot their PCs and run their most loved distro close by a Windows working framework.

All things considered, in the event that you plan to introduce Windows 10 Anniversary Update on your double boot PC, you should be additional cautious.

Before the Anniversary Update, Microsoft was being bashed for commandingly introducing Windows 10 on Windows 7 and 8.1 working framework. As the most recent advancements recommend, a few clients are reporting that Windows 10 Anniversary Update is disturbing their double boot parcels. A few clients are notwithstanding reporting that the redesign even erased their Linux establishment.

Recently, Alan Pope, Ubuntu Community manager tweeted:

” Seen multiple reports that the Windows 10 Anniversary Update deletes other partitions (containing Linux installs) without asking.”
In the event that these cases are precise, Linux clients definitely have motivation to put off the update for now. Right now, I can’t affirm that Microsoft is erasing segments. On the off chance that you have some critical information on your Linux establishment, I’ll encourage you to make a reinforcement.

On an individual note, I’ve redesigned my double boot machine and I didn’t face such issues. For additional data, I’ve reached Microsoft.

Did you confront any issue while redesigning your Windows 10 machine? Share your perspectives in the remarks segment underneath.

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