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Microsoft is working with Apple to fix iCloud issues on Windows 10 October 2018 Update
by Usama Jawad
Microsoft's rollout for the Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) has been nightmarish for the company. The update was pulled after four days due to 'quality issues', which mainly involved select files being deleted upon upgrading for some users.
After a month of hiatus, Microsoft re-released the update just last week, promising to be more transparent and vigilant about the issues present in Windows 10 updates. True to its word, it outlined a list of new issues discovered in the October 2018 Update just a day after the re-release. Now, it appears that the company's woes are not over yet, as the firm has found another bug which blocks the installation of iCloud on the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
As spotted by Windows Latest, Microsoft has updated its dedicated Windows 10 October 2018 Update page to identify a new issue which prevents the installation of iCloud on the operating system, citing compatibility issues. Users who already have the software installed are also facing problems synchronizing Shared Albums. Microsoft has detailed the issue as follows:
As Microsoft works with Apple to resolve the issue, devices with iCloud installed will not be offered Windows 10 version 1809. It is currently unclear as to when the problem will be fixed, but we'll let you know when Microsoft offers an update on the matter.
Source: Microsoft via Windows Latest
NEW YORK (AP) ? It took a zombie to find Disaster at the Crossroads of the World.
Two years after he disappeared from his Long Island home, Disaster the cat was found this week in the heart of Manhattan ? by a Times Square haunted house promoter dressed up as a zombie.
Jeremy Zelkowitz, who sells tickets for the Times Scare haunted house, spotted Disaster early Saturday morning crossing 42nd Street. He snatched up Disaster, a black and white cat who appeared to be well-kept and neat, and brought him to a nearby animal hospital.
"I'm a big animal lover but I have a dog so I couldn't take him," Zelkowitz, 22, said Thursday. "The whole situation is very, very bizarre."
Staff at the BluePearl Veterinary Partners animal hospital scanned Disaster who had been implanted with a microchip, revealing his last known owner: New York City police Officer Jimmy Helliesen.
Helliesen, 51, received a call Saturday morning from the hospital, informing him that his long-lost feline friend had been found.
"I was shocked," said Helliesen. "How did he get to Manhattan? That's quite an adventure."
For years Helliesen has adopted stray cats he finds hanging around his Brooklyn precinct. Two years ago he adopted Disaster after he strayed from the precinct and ended up getting captured by local Animal Care and Control. That's when Helliesen got him fixed and implanted with the chip.
But six months after living in his Long Island home, Disaster escaped one day through an open window and never returned.
Helliesen never thought he'd get the cat back ? and has since taken in eight more cats he's found around the precinct who need homes.
"Disaster makes it nine," he said. "My wife has been very understanding."