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As most know I am an early adopter, that is I tend to get the
systems on the network updated to the latest os as soon as I can
when it hits the shelf.
That is not always the best, for a while amd drivers did not work
with the newest os update, though this time round amd hasn't
released updats for a while a month maybe a little less so maybe
they are waiting for the next update.
I have older and newer systems so some had issues but I was able
to get them fixed.
I remember 1809.
As usual, I got the update on the shipping date.
For me and another system my dad uses it worked well enough.
For my aunt a sound issue had me reinstalling the previous
version till it was fixed which took a couple weeks.
However I never had the file deletion bug.
On 23/05/2020 5:44 pm, Joseph Lee
As a follow-up: I’m intentionally being
vague here. The first reason is that I myself don’t know
exactly when it’ll show up. The second reason is to remind
everyone of a promise I made a few years ago: I will not
answer questions about feature update release dates or any
variation of the question, “when will I get such and such
update”. For more than half a decade, the only constant thing
Unless a really serious issue shows up,
Version 2004 may (not will) go live next week (I say “may go
live” because even some insightful sources are unsure as to
when exactly 2004 will show up). Note that “next week” is
general availability for early adopters – the general public
will get it when their machines are deemed ready.
Do you know, when should be released?
The end of May is next week.
Dne 23.05.2020 v 6:58 g melconian
I think so. But if there are issues then there
will be an update to nvda.
On May 22, 2020 12:35:04 PM "Christopher-Mark
I presume that if you're using NVDA, you'd be
On 05/22/2020 03:31 PM,
Joseph Lee wrote:
An important compatibility
update for JAWS users seeking to use upcoming
Windows 10 Version 2004 (May 2020 Update):
In an email I sent out a
few weeks ago, I noted that JAWS 2018 should work
with upcoming May 2020 Update. Based on latest
tests (on build 19041.264 and on latest Insider
Preview build), I’m sorry to announce that JAWS
2018 did not make the cut. Issues include:
- In Start search box, no
results will be announced automatically while
- Cannot navigate emoji
panel and other modern input features.
Later JAWS releases such as
2019 do not exhibit all symptoms noted above.
Although you don’t have to use emoji panel and
other modern input features, the ability to
announce search results automatically (and
alongside that, announcing result descriptions)
from Start is considered an essential feature for
Windows 10 and screen readers. Therefore, I hereby
In order to use Windows 10
Version 2004 and take advantage of changes
introduced as part of that feature update, JAWS
2019 or later is required.
The root cause of this
incompatibility is the fact that JAWS 2018 does
not come with updated scripts for new Windows
Search experience that will ship as part of
Version 2004 (the executable file name for Windows
Search has changed). This is also the reason why
JAWS does not support emoji panel and modern input
features in Version 2004 and later.