The May Windows update might cause scroll bar controls to appear blank on the screen and not function. This issue affects 32 bit applications running on 64 bit Windows 10 WOW64 that create scroll bars using a superclass of the USER32.DLL SCROLLBAR window class. In addition, a memory usage increase of up to 4 GB might occur in 64 bit applications when you create a scroll bar control.

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