Windows 10 has received a fix for the major printer issues which were accidentally caused by Microsoft’s most recent batch of security patches.
As you may recall, the cumulative updates for Windows 10 (May 2020 Update, and earlier versions) released in June proved seriously troublesome for a whole range of printers including Ricoh models (most prevalently) and also Brother, Canon, Kyocera, HP devices and others. Issues were also being caused for software-based printing (for example, when using print to PDF functionality).
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Windows 10 is going through another sticky patch as far as problems are concerned, with the new May 2020 Update suffering from a fair few bugbears, including messing Google Chrome users around.
Another recent Windows 10 cumulative update is forcing the tablet mode interface on the normal desktop, so mouse and keyboard users are getting UI elements and icons which are more widely spaced and designed for touch usage.
Sadly, in recent history, Windows 10 users have become pretty accustomed to problems popping up, particularly in terms of Microsoft’s fixes causing unintended collateral damage in other areas of the operating system.