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Disabling Windows 10 experiments blocks Known Issue Rollback fixes
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Quote:As Microsoft begins to utilize its Known Issue Rollback feature to release Windows 10 fixes quickly, users are discovering that modifying privacy settings may prevent these fixes from being installed.

Microsoft routinely conducts experiments with Windows 10 users to determine if a feature is commonly used, if a change in a feature makes it more useful, or to introduce features to a small test population.

However, some users find these experiments a breach of privacy and wish to disable them by creating the 'AllowExperimentation' value and setting it to '0' under the following Registry key:

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Disabling Windows 10 experiments
Quote:After Microsoft recently used the Windows 10 Known Issue Rollback (KIR) feature to fix performance problems while playing games, users learned that disabling experiments prevents the KIR fixes from being installed.
 
Microsoft's Known Issue Rollback feature uses Windows 10 telemetry and diagnostics to determine if many people are affected by a particular issue after a new update is released.
 
If a large audience is detected to be suffering from a specific issue, Microsoft analyzes their recent change code for what may be causing the problem.
 
After the problematic code is found, Microsoft releases a Known Issue Rollback (KIR) update that disables the new code on affected devices to resolve the issue.
 
However, for those who disable Windows 10 experiments using the Registry Editor, it will prevent KIR fixes from being installed.

Read more: Disabling Windows 10 experiments blocks Known Issue Rollback fixes (bleepingcomputer.com)
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