Microsoft acknowledges two new issues in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update

Microsoft acknowledges two new issues in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update

This restricts customers and limits Windows containers from supporting mixed-version container pod scenarios This update includes 5 fixes to address this and allow the host to run down-level containers on up-level for process (Argon) isolation. The glitch somehow makes the GTX disappear from the Device Manager. No dedicated GPU means greatly reduced performance using the Intel integrated alternative and a lot of frustration for users.

According to Microsoft, apps and games that perform graphics-intensive operation may close or fail to open due to the issue.

Microsoft has now added a compatibility hold on Surface Book 2 devices, as a result, to make sure that user experience is not affected. There's no expected fix date, but obviously Microsoft is advising Surface Book 2 owners not to attempt to manually update their hardware.

Microsoft has identified a compatibility issue on some Surface Book 2 devices configured with Nvidia discrete graphics processing unit (dGPU).

Microsoft offers no workaround for the issue at the time but Günter Born published a workaround on his site some hours ago that might resolve the issue.

Version 1903 has struggled with issues since it first began rolling out back in late April when it was causing errors for people trying to install it with USB drives or SD cards attached.

Worse, Microsoft acknowledged two new issues, which were earlier thought to be isolated cases, in May 2019 Update.

Macs "introduced before 2012 or newer Mac devices with older versions Apple Boot Camp or Windows Support Software drivers installed" and running Windows 10 may also be blocked from installing the Windows 10 May 2019 Update.

It's going to take a while before this feature reaches finished Windows 10 updates, and possibly a while after that before Amazon and others hop aboard.

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