The May 2020 update of Windows 10, released on May 27, has just created yet another problem in an essential application. I speak in particular of OneDrive that is used by thousands of people. After upgrading to Windows 10, version 2004, people are complaining that they can no longer access files synced to OneDrive.
Windows 10 May Update created a new problem!
Users say that if they synchronize the files with the Microsoft cloud backup tool before upgrading to the May 2020 version, they will no longer be able to access those files. Others complain that OneDrive does not work after applying this update.
Microsoft has already recognized that this problem is real and is working on a fix, which will be included in the next cumulative update.
This company also revealed that devices with certain applications installed also cannot connect to OneDrive. That is, this problem can turn into a major headache.
When this happens, Windows starts showing the message, Onedrive cannot connect to Widnows. It happened to me on a mini-PC that I have.
Fortunately, Microsoft has already started to implement a temporary fix through the integrated troubleshooting tool. Thus, depending on the system settings, this tool can be run automatically.
However, be aware that Microsoft recently released two emergency updates that fix certain security holes in the Windows 10 and Windows Server operating systems. This update comes just two weeks before the regular update cycle on Tuesday.
There are two new emergency updates!
According to Microsoft, the flaws were not publicly revealed, so the chances of exploitation were low, but regardless, this company was quick to fix the vulnerabilities that affected both platforms, instead of waiting for the update cycle. July 14th. The security flaws in question were labeled CVE-2020-1425 and CVE-2020-1457, which allow explorers to execute arbitrary code and take control of the affected computer.
You can read more about it here.
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