Windows 10 May 2020 update has annoying bugs for Google Chrome

An annoying error in the Windows 2020 update is that whenever people restart their computer, they log off from Chrome’s Google account. Many Windows 10 users report that they have to log in to Chrome every time they restart their computer, cookies are not saved and extended data is deleted.

Google says it is working to fix it, but Microsoft has yet to acknowledge the problem. Last month, Microsoft released an update to Seekers on May 10, 2020, for those who manually check Windows updates to download the latest version of the operating system. Like any new version, this update has its drawbacks and problems, but, as the latest version of Windows points out, Windows 10 2004 (i.e., updated in May 2020) has a particularly frustrating problem that will anger many users.

Despite more than a year of testing, windows 10 2004 still has an undocumented error that interferes with Chrome’s ability to authenticate users or sign them into Google accounts. Many users report that they log off from Chrome each time they restart their computer and are forced to log back in when they open their browser again.

In addition to desishing users from Google accounts, windows 10 200 also compromised Chrome’s syncing features, preventing cookies from being saved and removing extended data. At the time of writing, Microsoft had not acknowledged the issue, but Google appeared to be working to address it.

Windows 10 May 2020 update has annoying bugs for Google Chrome