The new Windows 10 update solves the big problem that I suffered with some printers
The latest Windows 10 update fixes the problem some users were experiencing when using their printers.
When using Windows 10 there are few situations as desperate as when the dreaded blue screen jumps and crashes the team. Sometimes it is due to problems that are had in the computer, but sometimes it is also a matter of the operating system itself, and this happened to Windows 10 with some printers in the last weeks.
The problem was occurring with “certain printers that use some applications“, Microsoft commented, although without clarifying exactly which ones or the origin of the failure. But the blockage was constant and caused the blue screen as soon as you tried to use the device.
Print, scan, check the ink status … Nothing could be done, they clarify in The Verge. This happened to both individuals and professionals in offices without finding a way to avoid it, because it was a matter of Windows 10 and the solution was not available to users.
But this annoying mistake seems to have been fixed with the Windows 10 update that has been presented recently and is reaching users. As soon as the new update is installed, this problem is eliminated and the printer works perfectly again.
According to The Verge, it has been detected that the conflict existed with Kyocera, Ricoh and Zebra models, but the scope that it has really had is unknown and Microsoft has once again avoided specifying how many users it has affected.
If you are experiencing this or another similar problem, you may want to force the update instead of waiting for it to arrive. To do this, you have to follow some very simple steps: enter Setting, after in Update and security, click Upgrade and finally click on Search for updates. If you have any pending, it will appear in a matter of seconds so you can install it. You may see how the problem was Windows and not your fault.