Updates are supposedly good stuff. We are to implement troubleshooting fixes, close security bugs, add new features and improve existing ones. But Microsoft's Windows updates appear to have been rather problematic, and one of them is the latest June update for Windows 10.

We also verified, according to Microsoft, that a issue some users may face in the June Windows 10 update is that it might cause their systems to crash and reboot their machines. The business says this is due to a flaw in the application for a Local Protection Authority Subsystem Service.

"The file of the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS) (lsass.exe) may fail with error message on some computers, 'A critical system operation, C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe, failed with status code c0000008. The computer now has to be restarted.'" Sadly, this issue has not yet been solved, but Microsoft notes that they are working on addressing it in a forthcoming update.

That means if you've updated to the June Windows 10 update, there's a chance you might encounter this problem. While it might seem annoying to be forced to restart your machine, at least it doesn't seem to cause any long-lasting damage. For those that work offline, you may want to make sure you save your work regularly, so that you don't end up losing your progress in the event of a crash.