Microsoft blocking numerous PC/Laptops from updating the latest Windows 10 2004 update
Windows 10 May 2020 Update, which is the first major update of the year, will begin rolling out to users across the world with new features, enhancements, and refinements to the overall user experience. Windows 10 May 2020 Update, also known as version 2004, is now rolling out to consumers. Windows 10 version 2004 is much bigger than the November 2019 Update (version 1909) with subtle improvements, a few new features and faster performance for older hardware. Below you can see the list of the features that the latest Windows 10 update contains.
Microsoft Windows 10 update has 10 major issues to be solved, out of 10 issues 9 are those that stop Windows 10 May 2020 Update from being installed via Windows Update. One issue involving unexpected errors or reboots with always-on, always-connected devices, affects devices like Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7 or Surface Laptop 3.
If your PC/Laptop cannot see the latest update in the software update section then it is blocked by Microsoft. A couple of days back the company also warned its users from updating the latest version of the Windows 10 as it reportedly causes issues with certain Nvidia display adapters, breaks the Always On, Always Connected functionality with some network adapters, and causes restarts.
The latest update is also being blocked on systems with apps or games that use the GameInput Redistributable. Microsoft doesn’t make it clear which apps and games use this, but the company has found that “affected apps or games might lose mouse input” with the May 2020 Update. The company is yet to release an official statement on blocking the devices from updating the latest Windows 10 2004 update.
If you still wish to update your PC/Laptop then don’t forget to have a look on all the features included in Windows 10 2004 update from here and also check how to install it. To stay updated on cybersecurity and tech news subscribe to our newsletter from here