But luckily, no heartaches! Windows 10 version 2004 can add another issue to its tally, as another bug has been confirmed for the latest and greatest version of the OS.
This one shows up the “No Internet” label in the system tray.
And that’s because the Internet connection usually works fine on these systems, meaning this is incorrect information that is displayed on these computers that have just been updated to Windows 10 May 2020 Update.
The software titan confirmed this bug in a post on TechNet, confirming that the problem is indeed under investigation:
“Customers are reporting ‘no internet’ access in the Network Connectivity Status Indicator (NCSI) on Windows 10 2004 devices on devices that in fact can ping internet resources or browse web sites with internet browsers.
Microsoft has known about this issue but haven’t resolved it yet. It is being investigated by Microsoft currently.”
A number of users reported this problem, despite their connection working fine as it is supposed to.
So, while the bug may not be severe, there is no workaround available at the time of this writing that can help you deal with it. Luckily, even though this is not a critical problem, and has no impact on the status of your Internet connectivity, Microsoft is readying a fix.
No information on when this will land, but the Patch Tuesday update cycle for August seems like a fairly good bet for this issue to be resolved.