Microsoft is releasing it slowly May 2021 Update (version 21H1), but some problems were recently discovered that the company is supposed to have fixed.
Updating Windows 10 to version 21H1, also known as Windows 10 May 2021 Update, is a small update with quality improvements and bug fixes. In a new update of the documentation, Microsoft confirmed recently that users who are running this update as well as older versions may have problems using applications that require access to event logs.
After a recent feature update, applications can no longer access event logs, and this can happen on any device that does not have the latest updates installed.
The company believes this is due to recent security changes and may be resolved if you install the updates June 2021 (released after June 8).
The error also affects those who use older versions of Windows 10, (2004 and 20H2), so it is not limited to a specific version. This is because these three versions of Windows 10 share basic system files and updates.
For those who use the Xbox Game Pass subscription service in Windows 10, there seems to be another annoying issue that prevents games from being installed from the Store. Microsoft reports that users may see error codes 0x80073D26 and 0x8007139F when attempting to install or play the Game Pass in Windows 10.
However, the company released a new update (KB5004476) to correct errors on the affected devices.
If you're having trouble installing games from the Store, check for updates in Windows Update, and look for a new optional update in the "Optional Updates" section.
Windows 10 seems to be dealing sound problems with the update of the 21H1 version (May 2021 Update). This bug was first identified in May and remains the same, at least according to the latest release notes.