Microsoft has finally removed the upgrade blocks and the
rollout of the Windows 10 May 2020 Update has expanded via the
stable channel. While the update is still being rolled out in a
throttled fashion, it will soon reach users across the globe
when they check for updates.
The Windows 10 May 2020 Update has had at last four blocks
lifted which were preventing the upgrade from being released to
some PCs, including the Surface Pro X, Surface Laptop 3, and
other non-Microsoft devices.
Starting August 17, you may now be able to get the latest
update if it was being held back due to one of these
- PCs with aksfridge.sys or aksdf.sys is present on system.
- PCs with older Nvidia GPU driver.
- PCs with Realtek Bluetooth radio drivers.
- PCs with Variable refresh rate in Intel iGPU.
- PCs with Storage Spaces.
Obviously, it’s good to see these issues are finally getting
fixed, and according to the dashboard, there are only two flaws
(both associated with Conexant audio drivers) which Microsoft
hasn’t resolved yet.
Storage Spaces and Disk Optimize tool
Microsoft has also confirmed that the upgrade block has been
lifted for desktops with Storage Spaces feature enabled.
there are plans to fix the problems with the defragmentation
tool with an optional update later this week.
According to user reports, there is another flaw which
Microsoft hasn’t mitigated or acknowledged yet.
Users claim that Windows 10 2004 is still plagued with an issue
where weird ESENT warnings will be found under the hood in
Event Viewer. ESSENT is a DLL component and it’s part of the
ESE (or Extensible Storage Engine) runtime, which is a data
There are fears that the glitch is linked to other unknown
issues in Windows 10 and it could lead to performance issues,
but a support document suggests that these errors are likely to
be harmless and there are plans to address ESENT warnings in a
future release of Windows.
Windows 10 May 2020 Update rollout is expanding
As we mentioned at the outset, Windows 10’s May 2020 Update
rollout is set to accelerate at a speedy pace, and Surface Pro
X customers are also starting to get the update, showing that
Microsoft has finally opened up the floodgates.
The Windows 10 May 2020 update comes with new features such as
enhanced control over reinstallation process and major
improvements for Windows Subsystem for Linux.
In addition, this update also introduces support for
Bluetooth A2DP sink, which allows you to stream music from
your phone to your PC’s speakers.