September’s update for Windows 10
It has been a few months since they have released Windows 10 to the public. This is supposed to give the kick of an update to Windows computers. However, users keep on getting what is the opposite of the update. And the update just got another bug again.
Windows 10’s New Bug
Netizens are already taking their frustrations on the internet after installing the Windows 10 September 2020 Update, which is also known as KB4571756 and KB4574727. For they are encountering Start Menu problems, making it more difficult to control.
It was highlighted before that the new update will give a bewildering design and feature for their start menu. However, it gives them disappointing mishaps. Aside from the start menu, users are also experiencing the dreaded Blue Screen of Death problems signing in to their PC and other bugs that’s been raised on the internet.
The speculated case is that the change with Windows 10 KB4571756, which tweaked the way Windows 10 tablets and 2-in-1 devices work, which is not that compatible with every Windows device. With this, users unable to open up the Start menu or Action Center.
Other underlying issues
Some users also cannot sign in to a PC for the Windows 10 automatically sign out every after each use. Then there’s also this Blue Screen of Death that appears when Windows 10 crashes and becomes unresponsive. They will experience an unwanted restart of their device, potentially losing any unsaved work.
How to fix these Windows problems
The best way to fix these issues is to uninstall the problematic updates, specifically KB4571756 and KB4574727. Windows users could also try using a restoration point to fix the issues. They just need to select a restoration point from a time before you installed the update. Hopefully, Microsoft will come up with a fix soon.
If these are now okay and don’t have so many eye candies, you should switch off the visual effects on your operating system. New PCs can accommodate them sometimes. Still, such results continue to bog the machine down with older models. Just go to the search box in Windows 10 and select sysdm.cpt and hit enter. Go to the Advanced page, and pick the output segment settings. Uncheck the ones you know should not. Personally, we recommend that you leave “allow peek,” “display thumbnails instead of icons,” and search “display window contents when dragging.” When you press Activate and OK, you will be prompted to restart your Mac. Each phase guarantees the changes are added.
Delete the bloatware, too. We download applications often that sometimes come packed with specific items we don’t even use. Turn over to the Control Panel by simultaneously pressing the Windows button and the “r” key. Once a box appears, type the quotation marks in “control” and hit enter. When within the control panel, go to the segment on “uninstalling a system.” The enabled programs will be identified here. Only delete the ones you don’t need anymore, and it’s nice to go for your setup.
Basically, new applications appear to bog the machine down—some of those apps do not start properly in the device. Tap your taskbar right-click to pick the task manager.
Once there, head over to the startup tab. Disable any program that you don’t want running in the background once Windows 10 starts.