Microsoft recently rolled out Windows 10 version 1903 (aka May 2019 Update) to the general public. This feature update brings some exciting new features for you.
Microsoft announced a new Windows Health Dashboard that came along with this release. This dashboard informs users about the update rollout status as well as known issues.
Microsoft is completely depended upon Windows Insiders to extensively test their new OS versions. Unfortunately, the company didn’t fix all the reported issues.
Taskbar color won’t change in Windows 10 May 2019 Update
Some users even stated that the company knew some of these bugs existed and it deliberately ignored them.
Speaking of bugs, many Windows 10 users who recently upgraded their systems to Windows 10 version 1903 reported that they can’t apply their selected color to the taskbar.
Cannot apply selected color to the taskbar, is it a bug?
As you can see in the screenshot below, users can’t check all the available options in the Settings page.
It seems like Microsoft may have to spend this summer fixing the long list of bugs reported by users.
Apart from these bugs, we can’t deny the fact that this release fixed some major issues as well. For example, this Reddit user stated that Windows 10 May 2019 updated fixed the following issues:
This update fixed some major bugs for my PC. 1.Previously versions of win in task manager always showed me wrong mhz memory speed (1333mhz) now its right 2. Small but huge for me, no more flickering taskbar when deleting files from recycle bin(on light theme) 3. Alot gliches fixed like no slider for volume , missing or flickering icons 4. And performance is waay better now Im happy.
If you still want to install the Windows 10 May 2019 Update on your system, head to the Windows Update section and check for updates.
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