VMware users plagued by issues in latest Windows 10 update
Microsoft is back again with another major feature update. The tech giant officially released Windows 10 May 2019 Update a few days ago.
The big M announced a plethora of new features for this version. That is why many Windows 10 users were excited to try it out.
Therefore, Microsoft decided to play it safe this time. The company is gradually rolling out the newest Windows 10 feature update.
This technique will help Microsoft to avoid large scale potential issues. The bad news is that Windows 10 users are bombarding the internet with the issues they have experienced so far.
Windows 10 v1903 triggers VMware issues
The list of bugs does not end here, as one user reported getting a black search window when accessing the virtual machine.
I have VM with Windows 10 1903. When I open PC via Console (VMware vShpere) I see everything in search window. When I connect to that VM via RDP, Search window is black. Nothing is displayed
How to fix it? Is it a bug? (Problem doesn’t occur for older Win10 editions or WS 2019.
The OP also uploaded a relevant screenshot of the issue:
Microsoft is working on fixing this issue. Meanwhile, you can uninstall the latest updates and restore your system to an earlier version.
Did you experience similar issues on your Windows 10 system? Let us know in the comments section below.
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