Windows operating systems are continuously optimized by Microsoft by pushing out updates. Like Windows 10 v20H2 (November 2020 Update), Windows 10 v2004 (May 2020 Update), and earlier Windows 10 v1909 (October 2019 Update). Usually, these updates include amendments to the basic features, services, or programs, the difficulties for the identified issues, and the release of new features, aiming to provide users with better system performance. Nevertheless, Windows updates are continuously accompanied by various severe or minor problems.
Some of the issues are restricted to the current version, like:
- An error happened while or after updating devices with Conexant ISST audio drivers after the v2004 update
- Cannot begin Camera app after Windows v1903 update
- Windows delete files in the Documents folder of users after Windows v1809 update
- There are shifting issues when printing after Windows v1709 update
But some others appear to be a universal dilemma produced by Windows update, including:
- Updates may fail to install, and you may receive Error 0x80073701
- Windows crashes with a blue screen after update
- Intermittent loss of Wi-Fi connectivity
Although Windows updates are expected, these problems can be annoying if they affect your work/study effectiveness. If you are preparing for an update, knowing some Windows update tips could be helpful. If you have updated Windows and encountered a problem like Windows 10 slow to startup after an update, learn troubleshooting guides in this article. And the one we discuss here: Windows 10 slow to boot/startup after the update.