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Microsoft’s next major Windows update will be less disruptive

July 2, 2019

Via: TechSpot

The Windows 10 May update did bring a lot of feature improvements including a native variable refresh rate setting, a light theme, better control over updates and improved Windows Hello. But like previous iterations, the latest version also brought a few annoyances and bugs along the way, with the company having to warn users against pairing problems with some Bluetooth devices due to security fixes, and some users reporting glitches in the Start menu and Settings app. It also blocked PCs with attached USB storage or SD cards, requiring users to disconnect the media before applying the update.

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