Microsoft has addressed most of the issues in Windows October 10, 2018 Update, but it seems that there is still another error that plagues some customers. This time, it has broken FLAC support in Windows 10.
According to complaints in Microsoft forums, after the installation of the October 2018 update was found, users were found to be able to destroy FLAC support in Windows 10. The error causes that FLAC metadata is cut card in File Explorer and other places like Groove Music or Windows Media Player.
Users will notice the error if they upgrade from Windows April 1
"We solved a problem that resulted in FLAC metadata being cut card in File Explorer and elsewhere, "explains Microsoft in changelog by Build 18272.
A cumulative update with the solution for the reported issue can be sent to Windows October 10, 2018 Update devices later this month. If you do not want to experience FLAC issues, do not check for updates and temporarily delay the update from the Settings app.