Shortly after the latest Windows 10 update, users turned to internet to complain that the new update broke their computers as they were getting BSOD error during printing. While Microsoft initially released a patch to resolve the driver conflicts, some users were still getting the errors. As a result, the company has now released a new update related to printers.
With the latest update, Microsoft expects to resolve problems and errors associated with printing graphical content and such, which were potentially also introduced with the March 9 Patch Tuesday update. The company stated, “Affected devices might receive unexpected results when printing from some apps or to some printers. Issues might include missing or solid color graphics, misalignment/formatting issues, or printing of blank pages/labels.”
As the latest update is optional for users of Windows 10 versions 1507, 1607, 1803, 1809, 1909, 2004, 20H2, and Insiders on 21H1, Microsoft recommended customers to install the update only if they’re affected by the problem.
If your Windows 10 version isn’t getting the new update, then don’t worry as Microsoft has said that more updates for the affected versions of Windows will be coming out shortly. If you’d like to update your Windows, you can go to Windows settings’ Update & Security section and look for the optional updates. Alternatively, you can visit Microsoft’s Windows Update Catalog website available here to download the latest update for your operating system.