Microsoft mentioned on its knowledge base page that some input method editors (IMEs) may be unresponsive or have high CPU usage. The IMEs affected include simplified Chinese (ChsIME. EXE) and traditional Chinese (ChtIME. EXE) as well as Cangjie/Quick keyboards.
On Sept. 19, however, Microsoft marked the error as "resolved" and explained that it was all caused by security-related changes in the latest cumulative update. Although the problem has now been solved, there is no patch to solve the problem on the device for the time being, and Microsoft is guiding the problem users to solve it manually.
"Because of security-related changes in KB4515384, this problem may occur when touch keyboard and handwritten panel services are not configured to have a default start-up type of"manual,"Microsoft explained.
In fact, the solution is not too difficult. The following steps can be performed to set the service to start manually:
However, it remains to be seen whether Microsoft has actually solved this problem for everyone, especially because without a complete patch, users need to deal with the whole problem themselves.
New cumulative updates to Windows 10 are expected to be launched in the next few days, with non-security improvements.