Microsoft has had one heck of a time fixing bugs in its last couple of Windows 10 variations. Many customers, myself included, stuck with version 1809 longer than we anticipated due to all of the bugs in version 1903 when it rolled out the previous year. One bug prevented customers from upgrading to version 1903 if that they had a USB device or SD card linked to their PC. Other bugs affected the Microsoft Game bar.
Most of that has been resolved, and version 1903 is now fairly steady, which is sweet since you most likely need to stick with it for now. Version 2004, which was launched at the end of May, has reintroduced a bunch of new bugs that seem like they’re not getting fixed any time quickly. One of these has damaged the Fresh Start function, which helps you to reinstall Windows 10 without shedding any of your private information. That characteristic is a greater choice than resetting Windows 10 again to factory default, as a result of it doesn’t reinstall bloatware that OEMs generally embody with their PCs.
Windows Insider users have been reporting the damaged Fresh Start characteristic to Microsoft for the last eight months, but Microsoft hasn’t publicly acknowledged the issue—it’s not listed on Microsoft’s website as a known issue.