Ms money will not stop updating
The American tech giant has created a page that lists all active and resolved issues for the May 2019 Update; a wide range of problems are detailed, the three most notable of which will be outlined by uk.Windows Sandbox Windows Sandbox is a nifty piece of software designed to test what Microsoft dubs "untrusted" programmes.The Redmond-based company said: "After updating to Windows 10, version 1903, you may experience loss of audio with Dolby Atmos for home theatre (free extension) or Dolby Atmos for headphones (paid extension) acquired through the Microsoft Store due to a licensing configuration error."This occurs due to an issue with a Microsoft Store licensing component, where license holders are not able to connect to the Dolby Access app and enable Dolby Atmos extensions."To safeguard your update experience, we have applied protective hold on devices from being offered Windows 10, version 1903 until this issue is resolved.This configuration error will not result in loss of access for the acquired license once the problem is resolved."Microsoft has stated it is working on a remedy for the issue that is estimated to release in June.Microsoft said: "Microsoft and Intel have identified a driver compatibility issue on devices configured with certain Intel display drivers."After updating to Window 10, version 1903, brightness settings may sometime appear as if changes applied took effect, yet the actual display brightness doesn't change."To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on devices with certain Intel drivers from being offered Windows 10, version 1903, until this issue is resolved."Dolby Atmos audio not working Microsoft has warned users after upgrading to the Windows Update they may be unable to harness Dolby Atmos for a home theatre setup or headphones.The firm has explained the situation stems from an issue with a Microsoft Store licensing component.And yet not installing Windows 10 would've left me less secure with an OS hitting EOL for security updates much sooner.
Although the American tech giant has stated it is working on a resolution to the problem, it has advised users restart their devices to apply brightness changes in the meantime.
Microsoft shares part of the blame here for pushing features that the user clearly doesn't want through updates (especially to the major OS version).
Look at the recent ads in Windows file explorer for one example.
The new software boasts a legion of new features that Microsoft has designed to run as flawlessly as possible.
However, just like any new piece of software bugs are present, some of which have been detailed by Microsoft along with workarounds for them.