Microsoft has recently confirmed another high CPU usage bug in Windows 10, and this time the May 2019 Update isn’t the only version that’s hit.
The software giant explains on its Windows 10 update dashboard that the September 2019 cumulative updates, which were part of the Patch Tuesday cycle, come with an issue causing high CPU usage on a number of devices.
The glitch affects the Input Method Editor, or IME, Microsoft says, and a manual workaround already exists to fix it. A full patch, however, is in the works, and it should go live in the coming weeks, albeit a specific ETA isn’t available just yet.
“Some Input Method Editor (IME) may become unresponsive or may have high CPU usage. Affected IMEs include CHS (Chinese Simplified) and CHT (Chinese Traditional) with Changjie/Quick keyboard,” Microsoft explains.
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