The fix comes as part of the KB4586853 optional update for Windows 10 May 2020 Update And the October 2020 updateAnd since this is an optional patch, you’ll have to check and install it yourself via Windows Update (in other words, it won’t happen automatically).
KB4586853 resolves the error where an external file is connected NVMe SSD Thunderbolt port may cause BSoD to crash. Despite the anecdotal stories, At least some users They were apparently seeing this collapse happen outside of this scenario.
In any case, this very Grimlin was denied, or at least it should have been if KB4586853 kept his promises.
Those promises, too Included Resolves an issue where Narrator freezes, and another where the touch keyboard becomes jittery when using Mail. Windows Mixed Reality Headset users will also be happy to hear that KB4586853 improves visual quality for those working in lower resolution mode.
Finally, some small issues affecting gamers have been fixed, including Xbox Game Bar app controls failing to appear on some screens when playing DX9 games, and an “issue that prevents you from finding certain Microsoft Xbox consoles on a Windows machine” “.
There are some helpful fixes here, then, but as always, if none of these issues is an issue for you, then there is no need to install an optional update (especially if you see that Microsoft updates can sometimes cause new problems in Windows 10, as well as solve existing problems).
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