Microsoft with Windows 10 OS has changed the game in the Operating System markets entirely!
The company has played a major role in redefining market trends and has made the touch sensitive large screen devices mainstream, be it tablets or even gigantic office devices, Microsoft has been doing a great job of creating technology which is the future-tech!
However one thing that has always been with Microsoft through all its successes and failures is the tag of being a ‘buggy OS’, which has always bothered the company a lot!
Despite the fact that they’ve tried their best to fix these bugs, something or the other keeps turning up and keeps bothering the company a lot.
They have been trying to improvise but then all their efforts end up in vain as there’s always something that turns up to play spoilsport.
With Windows 10 the expectations were high, and people expected a bug free, smooth operating system from Microsoft.
Expectations were even higher because the Windows 10 OS is coming for all platforms that run the Windows OS and it transcends the boundaries of hardware limitations.
Even before users end up installing the Windows 10 OS, a bug appears which prevents them from installing it!
A large number of users who have been trying to install the windows 10 OS are being greeted by a purple colored splash screen which has the following words in the title as well as the body: “Something Happened”.
This error looks quite hilarious at first, until it actually becomes frustrating when the users realize that this would simply not allow them to install the Windows 10 OS.
This error was so vague that it actually became a meme on Reddit.
Though the problem looks quite vague and complicated, especially because it has no other message associated with it other than a plain, in your face ‘something happened’.
The fix, however, is quite easy, actually. All you have to do is to go to control panel, go to the regional and language settings, open the administrative tab, and change the default language to English United States.
After doing so, you may or may not restart your computer, and then run the program again.
Windows 10 would then begin to install easily.
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