After Microsoft's failed attempt to fix a Cortana-related error affecting Windows 10 version of 1903, the company has now published a utility article telling users how to fix the problem.
This week, Microsoft released some fixes in its update Patch Tuesday, which were intended to address the issues raised in the CPU, but also ended up breaking Windows Search and Search in the Start menu. As Microsoft explained on Tuesday, the latest update was intended to address the high CPU usage of the SearchUi.exe process in Cortana which "only appears on devices that have turned off search on The Web using Windows Desktop Search ”.
Microsoft has recognized the new search issues on the Windows 10 1903 page and published on Wednesday a support article entitled "Troubleshooting Windows Search" that applies to all versions of Windows 10.
Although it is not clear that the article is directly related to new search issues faced by 1903 users, it was published by Microsoft on the day it recognized the problems on 1903 and suggests several ways to resolve Windows Search.
As expected, the site recommends users follow the usual technical support process, check for Windows updates, run Search and Indexing, and restart the device. It also includes some IT tips on using a PowerShell script to restore Windows search. Finally, the article asks users to report problems in the Feedback Hub if the suggestions do not work.
In addition to search problems, some Windows 1903 users experience audio problems after installing KB4515384, as mentioned in Windows Latest.
For example, in installed games, such as PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), the bass is lost and the sound is reduced. The problem appears to affect installed games and applications.
Microsoft also reported that a strange bug was fixed by the built-in clipping tool Snip & Sketch to get a strange orange color. “This issue was caused by the operation Eye Care of Lenovo Vantage ”both companies said in their statements and simply suggested turning off the Eye Care feature.