In May, Microsoft officially released Windows 10 May 2020 Update via Windows Update. However, the update was made available to a limited number of users, as the company blocked it on many devices due to the problems it encountered.
One of the issues that users of the operating system complained about was OneDrive which, in addition to connection problems presents other nice:
OneDrive seems to be preventing users from upgrading to Windows 10 May 2020 Update. According to reports that were published on Reddit, uninstalling OneDrive from Windows 10 allows users to unblock their systems and install the Windows 10 May 2020 Update.
So if you can't install the latest big update, follow these steps to uninstall OneDrive from your system:
Open Settings and click "Add or Remove Programs". In the "Applications and Features" section, click "OneDrive" and select "Uninstall" to remove OneDrive from your system.
When done, you can go back to Settings - Update and Security - Windows Update and click on "Check for Updates". Once the update is installed, you can download OneDrive again from Microsoft Store.
Microsoft has created separate pages with known issues with the new update (release information and resolved issues ), but many issues are still missing. Microsoft has partnered with various companies to fix various errors, such as problems with ThinkPad laptops and Chrome error deleting credential manager.