Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul has taken it to Twitter to reveal that a new update (KB3020114) is rolling out right now to Windows Insider Participants who are running Windows 10 build 9879. This particular update simply fixes frequent Explorer crashes that users have been experiencing and reporting.
“The Explorer.exe process continuously crashes and restarts after you upgrade to Windows Server Technical Preview or Windows 10 Technical Preview,” Microsoft’s support site explains. Head over to Windows Update to snag this fix. If you do not see this update right now, give it some time as it is likely propagating though the servers. Let us know if you notice any improvements or new issues.
New WU update available now for #WindowsInsiders hitting frequent Explorer crashes.
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) December 2, 2014