Microsoft also has a warning for anyone who has manually downloaded the update, which says "please don't install it and wait until new media is available" and also suggests that anyone with missing files should contact the company directly.
Microsoft advised that those who have already been affected by the problem to contact their support center and to stop using their machines until they have contacted them.
Earlier, some users complained that the update wiped out their profiles, including documents and photos. "This included many crucial documents and financial info", a user-complaint on the Microsoft support page read.
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It appears that the problem has been around in Insider builds for anything up to three months, however because it affected a tiny proportion of users, the feedback wasn't escalated to the level of "showstopper" and a result got out into the wild.