Windows 10: Fixes For October 2019 (start Menu) Issues
KB4520062 bumps the version number to build 17763.832, and according to the company, prevents blank files from appear in the Start menu. Also, the update fixes a power usage problem with Connected Standby, resolves black screen after installing a new quality update, Bluetooth problems as well as issues Internet Explorer and Settings app.
Windows 10: Fixes for October 2019 (start menu) issues
Microsoft continuously optimizes its Windows operating system by rolling out updates, like Windows 10 v20H2 (November 2020 Update), Windows 10 v2004 (May 2020 Update), and earlier Windows 10 v1909 (October 2019 Update). Generally, these updates contain improvements to the existing features, services, or programs, the fixes for the known issues, and the release of new features, aiming to provide users with better system performance. However, Windows updates are always accompanied by various serious or minor problems. Some of the issues are exclusive to the current version, like:
HI guys just wondering if someone can shed some light on the issue. We are having issues with fleet of machine where in one level machines are having issues with start menu in terms of left clicks not working. right click works perfectly fine. machine are running windows 10 1709 . now the start menu setting comes through GPO . This is not not happening for all machine either which is weird. Because I have checked and group policies are executing without any issues. the error message i can see from even viewer is : unable to start a DCOm server. Microsoft.Windows.ShellExperienceHost_10.0.16299.104_neutral_neutral_cw5n1h2txyewy!App s unavailable. The Error:
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