A new Windows 10 Wi-Fi internet connection error is breaking Spotify and other apps
Windows 10 updates can be akin to horror movies, in that we wouldn’t be surprised if they feel like living nightmares for some affected. And the latest Windows 10 update catastrophe is more like Jason from the Friday the 13th movies, as it just keeps coming back, even after we thought it was dead.
According to Windows Latest, the Windows 10 May 2020 update, also known as Windows 10 v 2004, is now showing an incorrect internet connection warning in the form of a yellow hazard triangle that says “No Internet Access.” But while the warning isn’t actually true, as you’re still able to use a web browser, this glitch is breaking other apps including Spotify and the Microsoft Store.
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