Update KB4464455 (Build 17763.104) for Windows 10, version 1809

Update KB4464455 (Build 17763.107) for Windows 10, version 1809

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DOWNLOADOn November 13, Microsoft released the cumulative update package KB4464455 for Windows on October 10, 2018 Update (version 1809) and Windows Server 2019 (1809). After the upgrade, the Windows 10 build number changes to 17763.107

KB4464455 update package (Build 17763.107) for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) is available to members of the Windows Insider program with the priority of receiving Late Access and Release Preview updates.

Installation via Windows Update:

To install the latest update KB4464455, go to Settings > Update and Security and click Check for Updates. To complete the installation, you will need to restart the computer. After updating the build number, Windows 10 will change to 17763.107.

Update KB4464455, fixes:

Fixed problem with incorrect processing of the status of user policies after they were applied, if the user has configured the Group Policy rights settings. Relevant tools, such as RSOP.MSC or Gpresult.exe / h, did not show user rights policies or display a red “X”.
Fixed a reason for the slow performance of Internet Explorer when using roaming profiles or when not using the Microsoft Compatibility List.
Fixed additional bugs with updating time zone information.
Fixed an issue that caused a black screen to appear when the display was turned on on some servers.
Fixed the reason for the long delay when photographing using the Camera application in certain lighting conditions.
Fixed vSwitch performance issue on network cards that do not support Large Send Offload (LSO) and Checksum Offload (CSO).
Fixed an issue that could lead to loss of IPv4 connections in applications when IPv6 is disabled.
Fixed an issue that could disrupt connections in guest virtual machines on the server, applications enter a low-level resource flag in packets.

Known bugs

After installing the update, some users cannot establish associations for some Win32 programs for files of certain types using the “Open With” menu or in Settings > Applications > Default Applications. Sometimes a second attempt can be successful.
In some cases, Notepad or other Win 32 applications cannot be installed as default applications. Microsoft is fixing the problem.


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