The Windows 10 May 2020 update was released three weeks ago. After numerous bugs occurred shortly after the release, the list of known problems has now been extended again. Some users had space management issues.
This comes from a report from Windows Latest. Windows 10 version 2004 seems to cause some users that the “Manage storage space” function no longer works properly. With the feature, data can be stored on multiple data carriers and thus protected against a drive failure. The affected users only see an error message when creating a new pool.
The defragmentation tool also causes problems. When optimizing a drive, the correct date of the last scan started is sometimes not saved. This incorrectly warns the user that the last scan was too far behind and the drives should be optimized.
Fresh Start is not working correctly
With Fresh Start, Windows 10 users have the option of installing a clean Windows installation and removing personal files and programs from the computer. The function proves to be particularly useful on PCs on which Bloatware is included. How Techdows notes, the feature is preparing for the implementation of the May 2020 update many users problems.
Usually, the computer is restarted after the start button has been clicked. With Windows 10 version 2004, the user is instead only redirected to the associated support page. Entry was made in the Feedback Hub eight months ago to point out the problem. Apparently the error was ignored.
In addition to the now known problems, the Windows 10 May 2020 update also contains many other errors. Almost a week ago, a whole list of errors appeared. In addition, some bugs have been found in combination with Lenovo devices. This mainly includes driver problems and malfunctioning hotkeys. It remains to be seen when the problems will be fixed and a patch will be released.