ESENT errors, false no internet alarms rile Windows 10 users

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  • The Windows 10 May 2020 Update is still a massive mess for some users.
  • Windows 10 2004 users are now complaining about ESENT errors and no internet connectivity warnings.
  • For help resolving Windows 10 bugs, visit the Windows 10 Update Errors section.
  • Also, check out the Windows 10 page for more  news and help optimizing your experience on OS.
ESENT bug

The Windows 10 May 2020 Update is still a massive mess for some users. It has caused minor as well as major PC issues so far, from audio and Bluetooth bugs to install failure.

Apart from that, users are now reporting seeing multiple ESENT warnings on the Windows 10 Event Viewer. Others, in addition, are getting false no internet warnings on their PCs.

Multiple ESENT warnings bother Widows 10 users

The folks at Windows Latest picked up on the bug, which users are now complaining about on multiple platforms online.

In one of the earliest reports of the bug on the Microsoft Answers forum, the ESENT error appeared 642 times for one user.

What’s more, multiple app crashes and the hanging of Windows 10 machines accompany the ESENT issue for many other users.

I have also suffered from pc hangs and app crashes usually after the machine as resumed from sleep.

Also, it seems that the bug can affect your gaming experience by tampering with video frame rates, according to users’ concerns shared on Reddit.

The latest complaints about this bug are coming from users that recently updated to Windows 10 version 2004.

As for the internet connectivity issue, Microsoft acknowledged it on the TechNet forum. In addition, the Redmond-based company said it had launched an investigation.

 Customers are reporting “no internet” access in the Network Connectivity Status Indicator (NCSI) on Windows 10 2004 devices on devices that in fact can ping internet resources or browse web sites with internet browsers.

The no internet bug is a false alarm anyway, so affected Windows 10 users are still able to connect to the internet.

By the way, if you’re still experiencing some Windows 10 issues, try installing the July 14 Patch Tuesday updates. Some of the bugs may go away even as you wait for Microsoft to fix the remaining stubborn ones.

If Windows 10 2004 is causing you any trouble, feel free to let us know in the comments section below.