Windows 10: Potential Bug with KB3176934 or KB3176936

Discus and support Potential Bug with KB3176934 or KB3176936 in Windows 10 Updates and Activation to solve the problem; I have noticed that one of the latest updates (KB3176934 or KB3176936) has broken one of two options available with right-clicking the Taskbar. The... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Updates and Activation' started by johnpd, Aug 23, 2016.

  1. johnpd Win User

    Potential Bug with KB3176934 or KB3176936


    I have noticed that one of the latest updates (KB3176934 or KB3176936) has broken one of two options available with right-clicking the Taskbar. The option to "Show windows side by side" now functions the same as the "Show windows stacked". Prior to applying these updates, those functions worked properly.



    JohnD

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    johnpd, Aug 23, 2016
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  2. johnptd Win User

    Potential Bug with KB3176934 or KB317693436

    I am sorry, your response is not relevant. This has happened on more than one computer. Something was broken with one of those updates.

    JohnD

    EDIT:

    I retried my computer and now the side by side is working properly. I will respond again if the issue returns and I can figure out what might be the problem.
     
    johnptd, Aug 23, 2016
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  3. johnptd Win User
    Potential Bug with KB3176934 or KB317693436

    I have noticed that one of the latest updates (KB3176934 or KB3176936) has broken one of two options available with right-clicking the Taskbar. The option to "Show windows side by side" now functions the same as the "Show windows stacked". Prior to applying
    these updates, those functions worked properly.

    JohnD
     
    johnptd, Aug 23, 2016
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  4. roblinb Win User

    Potential Bug with KB3176934 or KB3176936

    I just ran the updates on two of my computers at home. Fortunately I'm not seeing the same loss of functionality.
     
    roblinb, Aug 24, 2016
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  5. johnpd Win User
    I tried another computer (before and after updating) and it worked ok. I retried the one I had an issue with and now it is working. Very strange.

    JohnD
     
    johnpd, Apr 5, 2018
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