Second Batch of Cumulative Updates for January Arrive for Several Windows 10 Versions
It may not be Patch Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t new Windows 10 cumulative updates to be installed. Microsoft has begun rolling out a number of updates to several Windows 10 versions. Today’s updates aren’t available for the latest October 2018 Update. However, they are available for the most-used Windows 10 version, the April 2018 Update, along with the Fall Creators Update (1709) and the Creators Update (1703).
Today’s Windows 10 cumulative update addresses several issues. However, they haven’t fixed any of the problems that previous cumulative updates brought in, including the SqlConnection and Start menu related bugs.
Complete changelog of Windows 10 1803 Build 17134.556 (KB4480976):
- Addresses an issue in Microsoft Edge that fails to trigger the focusin event if the focus event listener of an element shifts focus to another element.
- Addresses an issue that prevents sharing and timeline features and roaming settings from working for accounts that use Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages.
- Addresses an issue that may prevent some applications from displaying the Help (F1) window correctly.
- Addresses an issue that causes power options to appear on the Windows security screen when the per user group policy to hide power options is set.
- Addresses an issue that prevents links for certain compressed file formats from resolving.
- Addresses an issue that causes BitLocker Network Unlock to fail on generation 2 virtual machines when it’s used in a network that only supports IPv4.
- Addresses a privacy issue with apps that obtain the BroadFileSystemAccess capability without a user’s consent.
- Addresses an issue in which WAM logging causes some applications such as Microsoft Office to stop working.
- Addresses an issue that causes catalog signed scripts, including those shipped as part of Windows, to incorrectly generate a Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC) failure audit event.
- Addresses an issue in which Windows Driver Frameworks causes high CPU utilization. As a result, the user-mode driver stops working when the device resumes from Hibernate (S4).
- Addresses an issue that may cause a 30-second delay when deleting or renaming a link in a Distributed File System (DFS) Namespace. Additionally, renaming a folder may take 30 seconds when multiple users work in a group share simultaneously, and File Explorer stops responding.
- Addresses an issue that prevents you from overwriting a file in a shared folder because of an Access Denied error when a filter driver is loaded.
- Addresses an issue that may cause third-party applications to have difficulty authenticating hotspots.
- Addresses an issue that may cause a blue screen to appear when a Thunderbolt storage device is attached.
You can install the latest updates from the Settings app. More details about today’s Windows 10 cumulative update for version 1709 (KB4480967 – Build 16299.936) is available here and for version 1703 (KB4480959 – Build 15063.1596) in this post.