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Windows 10 April 2018 update brings sound, mic, and mouse problems

03 May 2018 1

The Windows 10 April 2018 update will forever be remembered for the sheer number of changes it implemented into the operating system, making it more functional and more convenient for users to access files and even increased the overall user experience. However, along with brilliant features like Timeline. Focus Assist and the new Edge features came a ton of bugs and opened up a can of worms. Since the update, users have been reporting a plethora of problems mostly related to sound, microphone, and the mouse.

The microphone no longer works but its’ not the microphone that broken? If this has happened to you, you’re in luck because it can be fixed and it’s not your microphone at fault. Check the privacy settings to ensure that apps are allowed access to the microphone. The speaker extension problem can be fixed by looking into the speaker properties or by resetting the settings. Have you noticed your mouse acting up and causing a delay? Well, unfortunately, you’ll have to endure it for a while as there is no real fix for that at the moment. The latest update when including new features for Microsoft Edge, broke it in a way too as sometimes it no longer starts up.

In addition to these numerous problems, users have also reported issues with missing context menu for which no fix is currently available. Microsoft has been quiet on the issue and has not publicly released a statement addressing these problems. Have you been facing any of these problems after receiving the Windows 10 April 2018 update? Let us know in the comments section below!



Windows 10 April 2018 update brings sound, mic, and mouse problems
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