Microsoft finally released the much-awaited Windows 10 May 2019 Update today. The update stayed in the Release Preview ring for about a month so that no major bugs made their way to the final release version.
However, it seems that the strategy didn’t work out as planned and Microsoft started acknowledging the first Windows 10 v1903 bugs.
As a matter of fact, this release is affected by 12 known bugs. In this article, we are quickly going to discuss about a driver compatibility issue that may cause display brightness settings not to respond to adjustments.
Display brightness adjustment issues
Microsoft acknowledged a known issue that is affecting Windows 10 1903 (May 2019 Update). Microsoft says that some Intel display drivers may trigger driver compatibility issues on your PCs.
Your actual display brightness may not change even if you modify brightness settings. The tech giant warns that this issue may arise shortly after the installation of the latest OS version.
Microsoft says that it blocked Windows 10 version 1903 on problematic devices. The company is working to fix this issue as soon as possible.
How to fix display brightness issues in Windows 10 v1903
Microsoft suggested a quick workaround to resolve the issue. You simply need to reboot your system several times for the brightness changes to take effect.
As mentioned earlier, Microsoft is working on fixing the bug. This indicates that a permanent fix is expected to be available in the upcoming updates. The Redmond giant warned its users that they should not try a manual update.
We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.
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