The road to Windows 10 version 2004 (via the May 2020 Update) has been a bumpy one, with several bugs coming along for the ride. This is compounded by issues introduced in subsequent security updates. Case in point, there is a bug in this month’s Patch Tuesday update that is breaking internet connectivity for some people.

As spotted by Windows Latest, this is a bit of strange one because things are not as they appear. That is to say, affected users are being alerted to a connection issue that does not actually exist, by way of an incorrect “No Internet Access” message within the ‘Network and Internet’ settings on Windows 10.

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