This week, after months of the issue being plaguing Windows 10 users, Microsoft has launched a complete fix. The bug was been resolved with the release of the KB5003690 preview cumulative update, Bleeping Computer reported.
The KB5003690 patch is an optional update, so if you want to download it you’ll have to head to the Windows Update screen and click on the ‘check for updates’ button.
Besides fixing the annoying sound bug, the KB5003690 download also brings with it plenty of other fixes. The update also fixes issues Windows 10 users had with gaming performance following the release of March’s KB5000842 update.
This has been a big bugbear for Windows 10 users, who have complained of reduced frame rate and other graphical issues in recent months.
Published at Sun, 27 Jun 2021 06:01:00 +0000