Microsoft is gradually releasing the Windows 10 version 1903 (May 2019 Update OS) to the general public. This update brings various brand-new features and improvements to Windows 10 users.

This update is the first semi-annual update that is available to Windows 10 users this year. However, we all know that every new feature update brings a series of issues of its own.

These issues can affect the performance and usability of the operating system in a negative way.

Keep in mind that it is not necessary that every problem you face is actually a Windows bug. As a matter of fact, custom configurations, outdated drivers, hardware issues and application conflicts can be the reason behind these issues. 

Speaking of issues, many Windows 10 users who attempted to install the latest update encountered various install issues and errors. Some users reported getting the infamous BSOD bug:

After updating to version 1903 I get only blue screen The freezing system is unusable I have to restart the whole system from the button

Notably, incompatible or corrupted device drivers are generally the major cause of BSOD issues. You should update your drivers before the installation process begins. Moreover, a better approach is to wait for a few weeks until a stable build is available.

Comment down below if you came across any such issues during the installation of May 2019 Update. Let us know how you fixed the issue.

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