Windows 10 version 2004, or Windows 10 May 2020 Update, continues to be rolled out to users across the world in phases, as Microsoft really wants to ensure that everybody advantages of the best possible experience.
Whenever new bugs are discovered, the company halts the rollout of specific computers that may be affected, with the release then resumed when a fix is prepared.
This time, Microsoft has confirmed an extremely odd bug on some devices which have recently been updated to Windows 10 version 2004.
A number of users have seen a “No Internet” label within the system tray for their network connections, despite the Internet connection actually working all right. In other words, this is any mistakes, and Microsoft says in a post on TechNet the problem is indeed under investigation, with a fix likely to land rather earlier than later.
Fix already on its way
“Customers are reporting ‘no internet’ access in the Network Connectivity Status Indicator (NCSI) on Windows 10 2004 devices on devices that in fact can ping internet resources or browse internet sites with internet browsers,” the organization explains.
“Microsoft has known about this issue but haven’t resolved it yet. It is being investigated by Microsoft currently.”
At this point, it’s not yet known once the fix could land, but Microsoft is actively working on it, so expect one of the next cumulative updates to incorporate it.
In the meantime, there’s virtually no workaround that may assist you to cope with the whole thing. However, this isn’t necessarily a vital problem, as it doesn’t have effect on the status from the Web connection in the first place. The only thing you get is actually an unacceptable information that there’s no Internet, but apart from that, things are just running as expected with no problem whatsoever.