While waiting for the Windows 10 update for the month of May, which will be called Windows 10 May 2021 Update, Microsoft is continuing its path in terms of updates, the most recent being Builds 19041.964 and 19042.964, two compilations that among others , correct high CPU consumption.
Intended for Windows 10 in the 20H2 branch and for Windows 10 2004, these compilations use the KB5001391 patch and with the errors they correct and which Microsoft details on the support page, they apparently also correct the high CPU consumption encountered in some teams.
More reasonable CPU consumption now
Some users have complained about excessive CPU consumption after applying the latest cumulative updates, which affects the performance of the machine and, incidentally, impairs the user experience.
In this sense and according to Windows Latest, it seems that updating Windows 10 with the KB5001391 patch fixed the issue of excessive CPU consumption among other improvements, although the origin of this problem still seems unclear and that in fact Microsoft does. stated as one of the corrections.
The problem seems to cause an error which in turn leads to a sharp increase in CPU usage and crashes. And that’s not the only improvement it introduces, as there are also fixes for blank tiles in the “Start Menu”.
Dynamic tiles now look
In this case, some users saw how in the “Start menu” some live tiles appear with no content to display after updating with hotfix KB5001391 in Windows 10 October 2021 update. due to the elimination of blue backgrounds for icons, a change that affected the ms-resource: AppName and ms-resource: appDisplayName files and caused failures in its own and third-party applications.
If Windows 10 version 20H2 and 2004 is installed on your computer, you can check if the update is available by following the usual route. You must go to “Settings” and “Updates” and then click on “View optional updates”. The other option is to wait for Patch Tuesday with the latest fixes expected to arrive next week, May 11.
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