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Microsoft issues patch for Windows 8.1 RT update glitch

Washington, Oct. 22 : Microsoft has reportedly released an update to resolve the glitch faced by Windows RT users when they tried to upgrade the OS to the next version.


Last week, users complained of 'bricking' in which their Surface RT tablets went inoperable after updating to Windows RT 8.1.

Microsoft released a statement, in which it said that the technical glitch affected only less than 1 out of every 1,000 Surface RT customers, adding that it has been addressed now, Mashable reports.

The company further said that it will be making the Windows RT 8.1 update available in the Windows Store again.

--ANI (Posted on 22-10-2013)

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