Microsoft has released cumulative update KB4501375 (Build 18362.207) and security update KB4506933 for Windows 10 May 2019 Update (version 1903)
Update: 27.06/2019: Update KB4501375 (Build 18362.207) is available for manual installation via Windows Update using the “Download and Install Now” feature. Updates KB4501375 and KB4506933 are also available for download and installation manually through the Microsoft Update Catalog.
Microsoft released KB4501375 update package for Windows 10 version 1903 (May 2019 Update) based on x86, x64 (amd64), ARM64, and Windows Server 2019 (1903) processors for x64-based systems.
Note. The security update KB4506933 – service stack update (What is “Servicing stack update”?) Is also available for installation, which must be installed before getting KB4501375.
Note. Microsoft also released the .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 cumulative update for Windows 64-bit systems 10 May 2019 Update (version 1903) and Windows Server 2019 (1903) – KB4502584.
Installing via Windows Update
Cumulative update 4501375 for PC is installed manually through Windows Update. To test, go to Settings > Update and Security. In the Additional updates available section, click Download and install now.
A reboot is required to complete the installation. After updating the build number, Windows 10 will change to 18362.207.
You can also download updates KB4501375 and KB4506933 from the Microsoft Update Catalog and install them manually using the link below:
To install an MSU file, simply double-click on the file. You can apply additional parameters (for example, /silent for a background installation) — the installation of the MSU update package.
Improvements and fixes KB4501375 (Build 18362.207)
This update includes quality updates. New features of the system are not presented. List key changes:
- Fixed a problem with the display of the cursor when you hover it over the keyboard in the screen magnifier.
- Fixed a problem with cyclical redirects between Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11.
- Fixed problem with displaying SVG marker elements.
- The problem of incorrect scrolling in Internet Explorer 11 has been fixed.
- Fixed problem with displaying parts of a web page with a large number of elements and several nesting levels under certain conditions in Internet Explorer.
- Fixed an issue that could cause an “Error 1309” error when installing or deleting certain types of .msi or .msp files. on a virtual disk.
- Fixed a problem that caused the Night Light function, color rendition profiles and gamma correction to stop working after the device was rebooted.
- Fixed an issue where the picture from the camera when using Windows Hello was black and white.
- Fixed an issue that caused video playback of content generated on iOS devices to fail.
- Fixed a problem with the flickering of the desktop and taskbar in Windows Server 2019 Terminal Server, which was observed when using User Profile Disks.
- Fixed an issue that allowed users to turn off the background image on the login screen when the “Computer / Administrative Templates / Control Panel / Personalization / Disable changing the lock screen and login screen” policy was enabled.
- Eliminated the cause of connection loss when using fitness apps on Android devices with your phone installed.
- Fixed an issue where the Windows Event Log service did not process the log overflow message. This error led to a situation where the archiving of the journal upon reaching the limit size became impossible. In addition, the Local Security Authentication Service (LSA) could not process CrashOnAuditFail scripts when the log was full, and new events were not recorded.
- Fixed the problem of terminating Office 365 applications after opening, when they were deployed as App-V packages.
- Fixed an issue where host containers did not receive addresses from a DHCP server.
- Fixed a problem that prevented the successful installation of Windows 7 updates when the system used third-party anti-virus software.
- When deploying Always On VPN on IKEv2 devices, VPN connections using certificates, such as device tunnels, are now using modified certificate revocation lists (CRLs).
- Fixed issues with using the Pre-Boot Environment (PXE) to launch a device from a Windows Deployment Services (WDS) server configured to use the Variable Window Extension.
- Fixed an issue that caused the display of the error: “MMC detected an error in the snap-in and unloads it” when trying to expand, view, or create custom views in the event viewer. The application could stop responding and close. A similar error could be obtained using the Filter of the current log option in the Action menu of the Event Viewer.
- Fixed a problem with registering WinHTTP, which led to an increase in the size of the registry and a delay in the launch of the operating system. The problems manifested themselves on devices that use proxy auto-configuration files (PACs) to determine which browsers and agents select the appropriate proxy server. To stop the increase in registry size, make the following changes:
Way: HKEY_CURRENTUSER\"Software\Classes\Localettings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\AppContainer\Mappings Parameter:
CleanupLeakedContainerRegistrationsType: DWORD Value: 1
Value 1 deletes existing registrations. Value 0 (default) saves existing registrations.
If you installed previous updates, this time only new changes will be applied to the cumulative package.
- Windows Sandbox may crash with the error “ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND (0x80070002)” on systems where the language was changed during the installation of Windows 10, version 1903. Microsoft is working on a solution to the problem — a fix should appear in a future release.
You can download the file below:x64 download update
x86 download update
ARM64 download update
Windows Server 2019 download update