Microsoft has released cumulative update KB4522016 (OS Build 18362.357) for the Windows 10 May 2019 Update (version 1903) and Windows Server 2019 (1903). How to download and install a new assembly
Cumulative update package KB4522016 is for Windows 10 version 1903 (May 2019 Update) based on x86, x64 (amd64), ARM64, and Windows Server 2019 (1903) processors for x64-based systems.
Download update KB4522016
Note. Before installing KB4522016, you must install security update KB4515383 – service stack update (What is the “Servicing stack update”?). If you have Windows Update turned on, KB4515383 will install automatically.
Cumulative update 4522016 is only available for manual installation from the Microsoft Update Catalog:
To install the MSU file, just double-click on the file. You can apply additional parameters (for example, /silent for a background installation) – installing the MSU service pack.
To complete the installation, you will need to restart your computer. After the upgrade, the build number of Windows 10 will change to 18362.357.
Improvements and corrections to KB4522016 (Build 18362.357)
This update includes quality updates. New system features are not presented. List key changes:
- Security Update for Internet Explorer (CVE-2019-1367 Zero Day Vulnerability Fix).
If you installed previous updates, this time only new changes in the composition of the rollup package will be applied.
1. Quiet sound in games and loss of sound effects
Microsoft has received user reports of unexpectedly quiet sound levels in certain computer games. Redmond added sound play changes in the latest update that “allow some games to request support and rendering of multi-channel audio”.
Microsoft plans to roll back these changes because “the rendering of multi-channel audio in some games and on some devices does not meet expectations”.
Microsoft suggests disabling multichannel audio support in the game settings, if available in the affected game. An alternative is suggested to open Control Panel on Windows and forcibly disable multichannel sound or virtual surround sound for these games (if the manufacturer added such a function to the control panel).
2. Chinese IME input method may cause increased processor load
The Chinese IME input method (there may be other IMEs) may lose responsiveness and cause increased CPU utilization on Windows 10 May 2019 Update (1903) systems. Microsoft notes that the problem affects CHS (Chinese Simplified) and CHT (Chinese Traditional) with Changjie / Quick keyboards.
Microsoft offers the following solution:
- Click Start
- Enter services.msc and press Enter
- Find a record Touch Keyboard and Handwriting Panel Service and double click on it
- In field Launch type select option Manually
- Click ОК
You can download the file below:x64 download update
x86 download update
ARM64 download update
Windows Server 2019 download update