The concept of “Windows as a service” implies frequent OS updates with various bug fixes and improvements for Windows 10, but recently Windows 10 has been suffering from an “alarming” number of bugs.
The Windows 10 update appears to be causing a number of issues for users still trying to install the May 2020 Update (version 2004) and the latest cumulative updates.
In early September, we reported that some minor bugs were fixed by a Microsoft patch released for Windows 10 version 2004, but the same update introduced several new bugs causing a wide range of issues, including the Blue Screen of Death.
Fortunately, Microsoft is aware of these reports and the company is investigating at least two issues reported by users.
Error deletes application logins
Windows 10 causes problems with Google Chrome, Edge, OneDrive and other apps. Users find that the operating system logs out of their website accounts every time they reboot their system.
A Microsoft spokesman said last month that the company is aware of these reports, and now a Microsoft chief engineer has officially confirmed that his team is investigating the issue.
The bug was first reported in May, and over the past few weeks, more users have started reporting the same issue. Fortunately, Microsoft has finally acknowledged this on the public platform and a fix is in place.
Domain profile and offline folder cause BSOD
If you’ve been getting Blue Screen of Death errors lately, but you have no idea what might be wrong with your computer, we finally have an answer for you.
According to user reports, a bug in Windows 10 version 2004 and 20H2 causes Blue Screen of Death errors when the system detects a domain profile or offline folder feature on a device.
Fortunately, Microsoft is aware of these reports and the company appears to be working on a fix, but we don’t know when the fix will be rolled out.
Windows 10 September update issues are getting worse
Windows 10 appears to have faced additional issues after more users installed the September update that was published last month.
Microsoft has yet to confirm any issues with the September 2020 Cumulative Updates.
Some users have reported that they are experiencing Blue Screen of Death, system crashes, and even an error that puts their devices into a reboot loop.
Those who have installed update KB4571756 (version 2004) or KB4574727 (version 1909/1903) have these problems.
Here is a list of issues reported by users since the September patch:
- Blue screen of death.
- Temporary user profile.
- Problems with the Start Menu and Windows Search.
In the Feedback Hub, users often report that they are still unable to apply cumulative updates.
Such devices are put into a perpetual install loop, where Windows 10 will keep pestering users with error messages on every reboot, and every attempt to install updates will fail.