Windows 10 update problem?
- Some updates will cause more problems than benefits.
Did it happen to you too? Does your computer also have problems after the update?
- Call us, we will help you solve the problem.
One of the major May 10 updates in Windows 10 caused a number of problems for users. The number of bugs is still growing and one of the shortcomings has also been added on the Microsoft cloud storage side. After upgrading from Windows 10 to version 2004, users report problems accessing OneDrive. Users can’t access synced files, informs Windows Latest.
In addition to these bugs, the latest update to Windows 10 is expected to cause a problem with Chrome and Edge web browsers. Does not automatically sign in to Chrome accounts, i.e. if you’re signed in to Google Chrome under your account every time you open the browser, you’ll need to sign in again. On the other hand, Edge has trouble remembering saved passwords.
Imagine you have saved a password in your browser so that you do not have XY papers stuck around your computer and the browser does not save it for you. Unpleasant situation. Betanews reports these issues.
The problem was also officially confirmed by Microsoft. Bug fixes are in full swing and should be available in the next cumulative update. But user concerns remain, as the latest such update has brought with it a number of additional issues.
Cumulative update KB4557957 for the latest Windows 10 2004 and update KB4560960 for Windows 10 1903 and 1909 cause forced system restarts and shut down printers.
If a similar problem occurs on your computer, don’t despair. All you have to do is contact us and we will help you get it back into working order.