Windows 10 was supposed to add ease to your computing life but its updates are showing side effects to other functionalities of your machine. Microsoft is consistently releasing regular updates to fix issues but while fixing previous issues, it creates a new one.
6 days ago, i.e. on 10th Septemeber, 2019, Microsoft came with an update to fix the issues of high CPU usage and searchUI.exe but users have reported unusual functioning of their system after updating. Some users found strange orange-tinted screenshots while some observe that the audio system broke down from many files.
Taking immediate action, Microsoft again released a new Windows update (Update KB4515384) to fix it but it ends up breaking network drivers for many users. This bug is affecting WiFi on Intel systems, ethernet, and all types of Broadcom modems including Intel chipsets, MSI, Gigabit, and Asus.
Taking over all the unofficial discussions, Microsoft officially in the support document acknowledge that the issue is genuine but is only occurred in the NEC device. The company says, “It has found incompatibility issues with Intel Centrino 6205/6235 and Broadcom 802.11ac Wi-Fi cards when running Windows 10, version 1903 on specific models of NEC devices,”
Having said that, Microsoft also clears that the company is working on it and soon will come up with the update to fix all the issues. By the time, it is suggested to disable and re-enable the Wi-fi adapter for all the Windows 10 users. Windows 10 users can do so in the system settings, ‘Device Manager’.
Windows is, no doubt, the widely used computer operating system but in the past few months, it has released the bulk of updates which creates even more problems. This causes pain to users, especially for professionals count on Windows.
As per the reports, Microsoft is working on improving the Windows 10 user-experience. Plus, the company is also working on making some significant changes in its OS update system. It’s expected that soon Microsoft wiped off all the bugs and issues in its update mechanism. As of now, users can avoid updating their system, unless Microsoft brings with any stable change.