For the three major feature updates of Windows 10 21H1, 20H2 and Version 2004, today Microsoft released the KB5005101 optional update. The update mainly fixes various issues including USB, Bluetooth headsets, Office 365 and devices that support touch input.
The content of this optional update will be integrated into the cumulative update released on Patch Tuesday, September 14. This update mainly brings the following content:
- Fixed a rare situation that caused the Bluetooth headset to only be used for voice calls.
- Fixed that when you cancel the re-conversion of Japanese, it will provide the wrong ancient kana result.
- After you install the Windows update, reset the synchronization of Microsoft OneDrive to “Known Folders Only”.
- Fixed that if the device has some third-party audio drivers, audio headsets connected to the device via USB will not work.
- Fixed the problem of resizing the image, which may cause flickering and residual linear artifacts.
- Fixed that during the out-of-box experience (OOBE) process, you could not enter any text in the username box. This problem occurs when you use the Chinese Input Method Editor (IME).
- Fixed an issue with copying and pasting text boxes in Office 365 applications. If you use IME, you will not be able to insert text in the text box.
- Fixes that may cause your device to stop working when making touch input gestures. This problem occurs if you let more fingers touch the touchpad or screen during gestures.
- Fixed an issue that may cause the external monitor to display a black screen after sleep. This problem may occur when the external monitor is connected to the docking station using some kind of hardware interface.
- Fix to reset the brightness of standard dynamic range (SDR) content on high dynamic range (HDR) displays. This happens after you restart the device or reconnect to the device remotely.