Problems that were reported included wireless printing or specific features being broken, while others said printer function stopped entirely. If you’re still experiencing issues with your printer, double-check to make sure you have updated to the most recent version of Windows 10.
Microsoft also previously admitted that the patch released on June 9 had another serious glitch that could cause forced reboots on some Windows 10 systems. Affected users were randomly receiving a message which said “your PC will automatically restart in one minute” after booting to the desktop.
This, thankfully, is another frustrating Windows 10 bug which has been resolved with the July 2020 cumulative update. And finally earlier this month Microsoft had revealed that the Windows 10 May 2020 update caused issues with OneDrive functionality on some machines. Affected users were greeted with an error message that said “OneDrive cannot connect to Windows” when trying to open the cloud storage service on some Windows 10 PCs.
This issue has now been resolved with the KB4565503 update for Windows 10. In other Microsoft news, PC fans who still haven’t upgraded to Windows 10 yet have been put on alert about a new security threat.