USB 1.0 device support over the USB 3.0 interface on Windows 10

My sister has a laptop running Windows 10 (Version 1809), all USB ports appear to be 3.0.

I have a Silhouette CAMEO 1 device (for the uninitiated it cuts vinyl and the like for craft projects. All of a sudden the Silhouette software stopped recognizing the CAMEO - as in the day after she had completed several projects with no issue.

After poking around on Google, etc., the Windows 10 1809 and 1903 supposedly dropped support of USB 1.0 devices over USB 3.0 interfaces:
"As of August 1, 2019, and with the release of Windows 10 1809, 1903 and above Microsoft no longer supports USB 1.0 connections via a USB 3.0 port. Sound like gibberish? "

Windows issue or if Silhouette is throwing Microsoft under the bus to overshadow the fact they want everyone using the CAMEO 1 to upgrade to the conveniently soon-to-be-released CAMEO 4 instead of using a perfectly functional device that still does everything the average CAMEO user needs it to do. She does a lot of work for a couple of non-profit organizations, craft gifts and such, and this is very frustrating.

If there is any truth to this being a Microsoft issue, would the simplest solution be to plug in a USB 3.0 hub, plug the CAMEO 1 into the hub and cross my fingers in hopes that Windows doesn’t realize a USB 1.0 device is plugged into the USB 3.0 hub?

I assume that Windows is only concerned with the data traffic between the hub and the laptop being USB 3.0 and is going to let the hub deal with sorting out what is USB 1.0, USB 3.0, etc.