Microsoft today officially released an update to Windows 10 May 2020 features. In fact, it has been tested in the Windows Insiders project for 15 months, and the RTM version was released in December last year and has been polished ever since.
The reason the test ingress is so long that Microsoft has adjusted its release strategy for feature updates, which have become more cautious after a major error in the Windows 10 October update. After the 2019 adjustment, the pace of the introduction of new features has been greatly slowed in an attempt to bring a more stable system experience to users.
But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing wrong with Windows 10 May 2020 feature updates, including the known issues listed in the official list:
Difficulty connecting to multiple Bluetooth devices at the same time
Windows 10 devices that use some Realtek drivers may not be able to connect to more than one Bluetooth device.
Devices with Conexant ISST audio drivers, errors or problems may occur in updates or after updates
Devices using the affected Conexant ISST audio driver may experience errors when upgrading Windows 10 Version 2004, or some audio failures after the upgrade.
There was an error or problem during or after updating a device with some Conexant audio drivers.
Devices that use the affected Conexant or Synaptics audio drivermay may receive a stop error and a blue screen.
Control IME mode using the ImeMode property, individual text input boxes may have problems
IME sms in some languages may experience problems in some applications when using the ImeMode property.
Variable refresh rates do not work on devices equipped with Intel iGPUs
Enabling VRR on affected devices will not enable VRR for most games, especially with Direct X 9.
There was a stop error when you inserted or unplugged the Thunderbolt dock.
Devices using the Thunderbolt dock may receive a stop error when you insert or unplug the dock.
Some devices using Always On and Always Connect have been restarted incorrectly or unexpectedly
Devices with more than one “Always On” and “Always Connect” network adapters may experience problems.
No mouse input when using GameInput Redistributable apps and games
Affected apps and games using GameInput Redistributable and Windows 10 Version 2004 may lose mouse input.
When there is a problem with ksfridge.sys or ksdf.sys, update or start the device
Devices that use a specific version of aksfridge.sys or aksdf.sys applications or drivers may experience update or startup issues.
Old driver issues with Nvidia display adapter (GPU)
If you are using a version of the Nvidia display adapter (GPU) and driver below 358.00, you may have a problem.