You might get a blurred PC if you install Windows 10 May Update

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May 2019 Update UI animation issues

Here’s a new article from our series of articles dedicated to Windows 10 v1903. We all know that the update went through an extensive testing phase. Therefore, no one expected a buggy release this time.

Microsoft acknowledged 12 known issues and the list of user reported issues is keeps getting longer. Many users complained about horrible and buggy animations in Windows 10 version 1903.

For example, one Redditor stated:

Yep, and there’s new bugs with animations too, such as when you open search. The window opens, then the shadow/highlighting around it pops in.

Windows 10 May 2019 Update UI animations is not top-notch

Apparently, Windows 10 users are extremely disappointed due to these animation issues. No one expected Microsoft to neglect UI issues in the final release.

Some users pointed out that the company didn’t bother to resolve the Task View animation bug. Another Reddit user commented:

The “Restarting” screen also now appears without an animation, it just pops up out of nowhere. On v1809, there was a slight fading/transition animation that made it feel smoother. Ugh, I’m kinda disappointed tbh but hey, at least everyone’s saying that it’s more stable / performs better than v1809, albeit I’m still waiting for proof. 

Microsoft has yet to acknowledge these issues. Only then can we know when the company will release a hotfix.

On the other hand, Windows 10 users are desperately waiting for a fix. They want Microsoft to release an official acknowledgement about UI bugs.

Meanwhile, it is recommended that you either roll back to the previous OS version or completely block Windows 10 v1903 while waiting for a bug-free stable release.

Let’s wait and see how the company responds to the latest issues introduced by Windows 10 May 2019 Update.


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