It’s time to update Windows again. Another major Windows 10 update arrived recently. While the last Windows 10 update (KB4549951) had users experiencing deleted apps, documents, and photos, along with the blue screen of death, this one looks a little more stable. Thankfully, the May 2020 update was beta tested for a full six months by a variety of users.
A few bugs in major Windows 10 Update
Unfortunately, the latest Windows update does have a few bugs. These mostly affect Bluetooth devices and external desktop displays. If you use a Bluetooth mouse or keyboard, or an external desktop display, you may want to pause Windows 10 updates for a couple of weeks, until Microsoft’s next update. Click here to learn how to pause Windows updates for seven days at a time and how to roll back a Windows update if you’re experiencing problems.
The good news is, the latest update brings about some positive changes. The new indexing changes may even speed up your computer. Check out the Microsoft website for a rundown on what’s new in this major Windows 10 Update for May 2020. Don’t have the recent update on your computer yet? Click here to learn how to get the May 2020 update.
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