Windows 10 September update caused the PC crash to mistakenly hurt the app login feature.

As Microsoft struggles to transition to Windows as a Service, Windows 10 operating system users face problems caused by cumulative updates. Take the widely used Version 2020 May Update (Version 2004), for example, where blue-screen crashes and app sign-in anomalies are plaguing many Windows 10 users.

Windows 10 September update caused the PC crash to mistakenly hurt the app login feature.

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In early September, Windows Latest reported that Microsoft had fixed some bugs in Windows 10 2004 in an update, but at the same time introduced several new issues.

Earlier, users complained of bugs in apps such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and OneDrive on the Windows 10 platform.

You’ll find that Windows 10 terminates a web session, causing the software to lose its logged-in status, forcing users to re-enter login credentials for services such as Google, Twitter, Facebook, and more over and over again.

Following the first exposure in May, a growing number of users have been lying with guns in recent weeks. Microsoft said it was aware of the problems and was investigating the blue screen crash and inability to log on.

A person who appears to be working for Google said he had received a response from Microsoft that it was reviewing the issue and expected to be formally fixed soon.

Windows 10 September update caused the PC crash to mistakenly hurt the app login feature.

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In addition, users report that bugs in Windows 10 2004 and 20H2 can cause a blue screen crash when the system detects domain profiles or offline folder features on a user’s device.

Records in the Feedback Center show that after upgrading to Windows 10 2004, the workstation triggers an mrxsmb20.sys blue screen failure when dening the domain network/error check.

As a temporary solution, users only have to log on when they are not connected to the network. Curiously, the problem didn’t really exist when using older versions of Windows 10 1903.

After installing the September cumulative update, more users complained that they were experiencing the problem. In addition to the blue screen crash, many people are also caught in a system crash or loop restart.

A user on the community forum said: “After the update failed, my desktop system has been constantly reset / auto-fix, this update should be withdrawn!” “

Obviously, there is a problem with the KB4571756 for Windows 10 2004 and the KB4574727 for Windows 10 1903/1909.

In addition to not being able to deploy cumulative updates (error code 0x800f081f), some users’ profiles are experiencing exceptions, or the Start Menu/Windows search feature is not working properly.