Microsoft has had to block certain PCs with LTE connectivity from receiving the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. An issue causes affected PCs to not connect to the internet when waking from sleep or hibernation.
Microsoft outlines in a support document that some devices approaching end of service will automatically receive the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. Microsoft is using machine learning to determine which PCs will receive the upgrade.
An interesting bug appears to affect systems running Windows 10 version 2004. The bug causes systems to state that they don't have internet access even when they're connected to the web. The issue can stop certain apps from working despite browsing the web working fine.
Despite removing a safeguarding block last week, Microsoft is still blocking several Surface devices from receiving the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. Microsoft has not specified what issues cause the current set of blocks.
Microsoft lifted a block that prevented certain devices from receiving the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. The block was in place because some affected devices ran into unexpected shutdowns, restarts, and other errors. Microsoft has since resolved the issue that justified the block.
If your PC has been hit with errors when trying to print something, Microsoft may have a fix ready. The company issued several cumulative updates for older versions of Windows 10 that should fix the problem.
If you've been experiencing errors with your PC's Intel Optane memory after updating to the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, you're not alone. Intel has confirmed the problem and says it is working with Microsoft on a fix.
Microsoft discovered several issues with the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. Systems that can be affected by the issue will not receive the latest version of Windows 10 through Windows Update at this time.