Earlier we mentioned that Microsoft began to push Windows 10 version 1809 on a large scale. At present, many users have automatically updated to the latest version. Although the re-release has been going on for a long time, there are still many problems, such as music lovers who find that the new version cannot display FLAC music metadata. However, in Windows 10 Version 1809, File Explorer does not display metadata correctly, such as track names and other details. This problem is mainly caused by the file resource manager automatically shortening the length of the long track name, that is, displaying only the first part of the name and other data.
Tests have shown that Microsoft has fixed this problem in the Windows 10 Version 1903, which means that all longer characters can be displayed normally. However, Microsoft does not plan to release an update to Windows 10 Version 1809 to fix this problem. Users should use third-party software instead.
Of course, you can also use the rollback function to return to Windows 10 Version 1803. The previous version can also display these metadata.