Last Wednesday, Microsoft’s major May update of Windows 10 was finally released, also known as Windows 10 2004.
The fact that new operating system updates also come with new flaws is not unusual.
The problems range from bugs for GPU drivers for Intes integrated graphics, to a blue screen that can occur when things are plugged in and out of Thunderbolt ports, as well as screen problems for older Nvidia display drivers.
Accessories that use some driver versions of Realtek Bluetooth may also stop responding properly and some computer mice may stop working with games that use Game Input Redistributable.
There may also be errors with programs or drivers that run certain versions of aksfridge.sys or aksdf.sys and that can prevent Windows from installing or doing so so that the system does not boot after an update.
Even Microsoft’s own Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3 may experience sudden shutdowns after the update due to a problem with their “Always on, Always Connected” feature.
It is unclear how widespread each issue is, but so far, Microsoft, though not one of them, has at least found ways to get around nine out of ten.
In all cases, Microsoft also discourages users from manually installing Windows 10 2004.
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