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This time, Microsoft programmers mocked something in the cumulative amendment number KB4515384. In brief: representatives of the giant on some computers working under Windows 10 version 1903 (May 2019 Update) they have corrupted login to the system with a PIN. The Microsoft crew has experience in this, because an identical incident occurred a month ago (and was allegedly repaired by patch KB4512941).
The scale of the problem is probably small – as in many other cases where updates are troublesome. One of the Internet users cited by the AskWoody website claims, however, that as many as 3 out of 4 computers used by him are affected by the PIN login bug.
How to fix login using PIN in Windows 10?
You probably expect that, as in many similar cases the most effective walkthrough is uninstalling the problematic patch?
Uninstalling the patch has no effect. The only known workaround is to delete the contents of the folder in the location C: Windows ServiceProfile LocalServices AppData Local Microsoft NGC and restarting the computer. After restart, the files in the folder will be rebuilt and login will start working again.
Have you had any problems with Windows 10 lately, is everything working properly?