Microsoft has released the Optional Update KB5005101 for Windows 10. With the update, Bluetooth problems in particular should be a thing of the past.
If you’re having problems playing music on Bluetooth devices in Windows 10, there’s now an optional update. with the The update named KB5005101 These mistakes must be from the past. Microsoft is distributing the patch to users of version 21H1 of Windows 10 and moving them to build number 19043.1202. If you’re still using Windows 10 version 20H2, installing the patch updates your PC to version 19042.1202 and people who still rely on Windows 10 version 2004 will receive version 19041.1202. Offered as an alternative to distribution via Windows Update Microsoft KB5005101 is also available for download.
Print Nightmare continues to harm Windows PCs
In addition to fixing issues with Bluetooth connections, the update also fixes a faulty Windows Update page. Additionally, syncing with Onedrive cloud storage should now work again. If you’re having problems copying and pasting in Office 365, this should also be a thing of the past. In general, Microsoft wants to improve the stability of the PC. Fixed another bug where the external monitor displays a black screen after exiting the sleep screen.
However, it is still unresolved Security vulnerability in print spooler service. The Print Nightmare vulnerability has been affecting many Windows PCs since July. An attacker could use your printer driver to gain access to your computer. If you are using Windows 10 Home or do not have rights to the Group Policy Editor, then at least for the time being you should refrain from printing in the network.
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Optional Update Rollup KB5005101 for Windows 10:
- Microsoft has released the Optional Update KB5005101 for Windows 10 users. As an alternative to distribution via Windows Update, Microsoft also offers KB5005101 as a download.
- The patch is intended to solve problems playing music on Bluetooth devices, fix the Windows Updates page, and improve overall PC stability.
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