This week's patch for the previous CPU peak error seems to have caused new problems for Microsoft's flagship operating system.
Microsoft is investigating reports that the latest solution for Windows 10 has accidentally broken the search in the Start menu.
The company issued an arrangement on Tuesday for.
However, since the publication of the last patch, KB4515384, reports arrive that the search no longer works in the Start menu and in the Taskbar.
Those affected say that searching for anything in the Start menu results in a blank window. Other users reported receiving a "Critical error" warning that "Your Start menu does not work. We will try to fix it the next time you log in. & # 39;
Microsoft says it has seen reports and is investigating, and will provide a update at a later date.
It is the latest in a series of problems that have arisen on PCs upgraded to Windows 10 version 1903, also known as the Windows update May 10, 2019.
SEE:  Windows Update May 10, 2019: 10 notable new features (free PDF) (TechRepublic)
In addition to the previous CPU problem, other unresolved issues for version 1903 include some PCs that they cannot install the subsequent updates of Windows 10 and the discrete Nvidia GPU disappear from the Device Manager on the iconic Mi Surface Book 2 convertible tablet-PC crosoft A complete list of problems and solutions for Windows 10 1903 is available here.
The May update offers a variety of new features and settings aimed at home users and businesses.
Key additions include a simplified design of the Start menu, a simplified search option, the Cortana virtual assistant separated from the Search and new login options for Windows Hello. Meanwhile, Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise and Education users get an easy way to test programs in an isolated virtual environment using Windows Sandbox.
For a complete summary of what is offered, see the ZDNet guide on the main new features and its full description of the update, as well as the TechRepublic cheat sheet.