Microsoft Releases KB4571744 Update To Address Multiple Windows 10 Issues

A new non-security update-KB4571744 for Windows 10 version 2004 has been released by Microsoft. This new Windows 10 May 2020 Update was earlier postponed and it had been designed for testing purposes and will be included in a future growing update.

But noticeable fact about the KB4571744 update is the total number of issues fixed by it. Among the problems the update fixes are issues with dim screens, problems with Windows Update itself, and it also addresses an issue that resulted in SSDs being defragmented too commonly.

KB4571744 is an optional update for now, and it can be downloaded from Windows Update or Microsoft Update, via the Microsoft Update Catalog, or by using Windows Server Update Services (WSUS).

In case you do not install it now by yourself, you will find that it is delivered to you automatically next Patch Tuesday. Whether you grab it now or not depends largely on whether you feel willing to act as a guinea pig for what is an undeniably huge update.

After the release of this update, users will get rid of multiple issues that have to deal with while working on the system. Sometimes, there is a problem when installing Windows update itself that have been complained by many users. They are likely to not encounter this dilemma after the new KB4571744 update.

It improves the tablet experience for adaptable or hybrid devices in docked scenarios. It also addresses an issue which might cause apps that use the custom text wrapping function to stop working in certain scenarios. Moreover, after this update, you can also get rid of an issue that prevents you from unlocking a device if you typed a space before the username when you first signed in to the machine.