Installing cumulative update KB3093266 may prevent Windows 10 from showing critical error dialogs in the future. Microsoft pushed cumulative update KB3093266 per Windows 10 and is available for download via Windows Update. As usual, this update was offered to users without any changelogs.
If you received or received Cortana’s Start Menu and Critical Error Dialog, know this: this update includes the fixes for this issue, which the company is having a hard time finding a permanent fix.
Finally some good news! Microsoft official said in reditt that this update includes improvements for users experiencing issues with start menu reliability or critical error dialog.
Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3093266
“This update contains more improvements for anyone who is seeing issues with start menu reliability or critical error dialogs that mention start and/or Cortana – def jump over it if you are one of those affected.
The team continues to actively investigate other underlying causes of these issues, we appreciate your patience.”
Microsoft implemented critical error dialog fixes first in build 10547, then pushed them to Windows 10 stable
FYI, the current insider build 10547 already contains this fix. “We fixed many of the underlying causes of the critical error dialog that Insiders were seeing with Start. “
We said it’s a matter of time for the software giant to push these fixes via an update to Windows 10 users on version 10240, which is what happened. KB3093266 has been delivered.
READ: Microsoft expects Windows 10 Search to work fine with Start at Insider Build 10547 without issue
If you’re still having issues with the Start menu and Cortana after installing this update, you may need to wait for a few more updates.