Windows 10 Update 1903 Has Bugs
Window 10 Update 1903 Has Bugs
Faster Updates, but potential VPN issues
Even with some of the new and improved features, every update has it bugs. Microsoft has confirmed that the current Windows 10 Update 1903 has bugs. This version contains a change that can break the Remote Access Connection Manager (RASMAN) service on some devices. Which in turn killing the users VPN connections. If you receive an error regarding this, you will need to contact your administrator to apply changes to the registry.
The current update that was released in May, has some features that end users may enjoy. A new light theme, Kaomoji Support, a Windows sandbox feature and separate searches for Cortana and Windows. The new May update also will allow the user to take control of how you get your feature updates. Previous versions pushed the updates on you as soon as they were available.
The newest updates from Microsoft should also address some of the quality issues that plagued its updates during 2018, including the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). With the smaller updates and users having the ability to control when they install the latest versions it appears to be a more careful approach in its updates.
Microsoft has announced its latest Windows updates, Windows for 1909, code-named 19H2, which is actuality is Win 10 1903 Service Pack 1. It appears to be a smaller update from previous Service Packs but offers “performance improvements, enterprise features, and quality enhancements for Windows 10". The current targeted release date is in September.
The good news is that Microsoft is revamping it update process for the release to make it faster and less disruptive. It will be similar to a monthly update rather than the bi-annual updates that have tended to have more issues. This version will only be available to user that are currently running the most recent May 2019 update, 1903.