In the past few days, Microsoft continuously released the latest updates for Windows 11 and also Microsoft released the Windows Subsystem for Android update. The latest updates for Windows 11 fixed so many issues, bugs and crashes and also introduced a lot of new features and innovations.
According to the latest report, Microsoft today released the emergency OOB (Out-of-Band ) update for Windows 10 with version KB5020953. Apparently, the latest update fix the OneDrive crash that the company recently reported.
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Talking about this update, the Windows 10 emergency OOB update is available for versions 20H2, 21H1, 21H2, and 22H2 of Windows 10, including Arm and x86/64. The latest update comes with the build numbers 19042.2194, 19043.2194, and 19044.2194. Microsoft didn’t reveal exactly how the issue was fixed. You can check the updated changelog which is mentioned below.
Fixed an issue that caused Microsoft OneDrive to stop working. This issue occurs after unlinking the device, stopping syncing, or logging out of the account.