• If you see any Tasks listed from the PowerShell output, make a note of them
• Next, go to Windows Task Scheduler and disable any tasks you found from the above command. Follow these steps:
– In the Windows 10 Search box, type Task Scheduler and then open the Task Scheduler app
– Locate the task in the Window (HP Customer participation), or other task from the Windows PowerShell output
– Right-click the task and choose Disable. After you disable the task, restart Windows
It’s unclear when Microsoft will rollout a fix in a forthcoming update for this frustrating issue. But on the Chromium Bugs website a Microsoft Edge developer said it will be “a while longer” until a patch is rolled out.
They said: “We (Microsoft) are working on a fix for this issue, but due to the nature of WindowsUpdates, it will unfortunately be a while longer until we can release it via a monthly servicing update. For the moment, the workaround of avoiding S4U is the only one available.”