Yesterday, Microsoft began releasing the Windows Update (Windows 10 1809) update on October 10, 2018. We recommend that you wait until new updates are available, rather than force installation at this time. This is a wise move. If your system is not fully compatible, there is no guarantee that problems will not occur after installation.
Brian's Fagioli dismisses the description of Windows 10 as "stinky shit," but there is no doubt that the October 2018 update was a mess and released without proper quality control. Repeating the latest update solves many problems (all of which may have been fixed before the initial release). If you are installing for the first time, I want to get updates as soon as possible. This is different in this release.
KB4464455 (OS build 17763.107)
- Resolves an issue that displays incorrect details on the "Process" tab in Task Manager.
- Resolves an issue where IME does not work in the first process of a Microsoft Edge user session under certain circumstances.
- Resolves an issue where the application stops responding after restarting from Connected Standby.
- Addresses several issues that cause application compatibility issues with third-party antivirus and virtualization products.
- Resolves some issues related to driver compatibility.
- Addresses an issue that incorrectly implies that user policies are not applied after you configure user rights group policy settings. RSOP.MSC or Gpresult.exe / hInstead, display the user rights policy or display a red "X" instead.
- Resolves an issue that causes Internet Explorer performance degradation when using roaming profiles or when not using the Microsoft Compatibility List.
- Addresses additional issues related to updated time zone information.
- Resolves an issue where some servers display a black screen after turning on the display.
- Resolves a time-consuming issue when taking photos using the Camera app under certain lighting conditions.
- Resolves vSwitch performance issues on network interface cards (NICs) that do not support Large Send Offload (LSO) and Checksum Offload (CSO).
- Resolves an issue where an application might lose its IPv4 connection when IPv6 is unbound.
- Addresses an issue in which an application can disconnect a server's guest VM when inserting a low-resource flag in a packet.
* Includes changes to KB4464455 (OS Build 17763.104).
KB4467708 (OS build 17763.134)
- Provides protection against additional subclasses of speculative execution side channel vulnerabilities known as speculative storage bypass (CVE-2018-3639) on AMD-based computers. This protection is not enabled by default. For Windows client (IT professional) guidelines, follow the instructions in KB4073119. Follow the instructions in KB4072698 for Windows Server Guide. Use this guidance document to enable mitigation for Speculative Store Bypass (CVE-2018-3639). Also, use the previously announced mitigation methods for Specter Variant 2 (CVE-2017-5715) and Meltdown (CVE-2017-5754).
- Resolves an issue that prevents a user from logging in to a Microsoft account (MSA) as another user when they log in for the second time.
- Addresses the issue of denying file system access to Internet of Things (IoT) Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications that require this functionality.
- Resolves an issue that causes the on-screen keyboard to display when running automated tests or installing a physical keyboard.
- Security Update for Microsoft Edge, Windows Scripting, Internet Explorer, Windows Application Platforms and Frameworks, Windows Graphics, Windows Media, Windows Kernel, Windows Server, and Windows Wireless Networks
Microsoft has identified and fixed the cause of the loss of personal data in the past by some users. "In addition to extensive internal validation, we needed time to closely monitor feedback and diagnostic data from Windows Insider and millions of devices," said John Cable, director of Windows services and delivery programs. There is no evidence. "
To download and install this update on your existing Windows 10 1809 system Set > Updates and security > Windows Update Selection Check for updates.
The new version of the October 2018 update addresses many issues, but it does not address basic app issues experienced by many users. Microsoft says:
After you install this update, some users may not be able to set Win32 program defaults for specific application and file format combinations. Open with … Command or Set > Apps > Native Apps. In some cases, Microsoft Notepad or other Win32 programs can not be set as default.
To solve this problem, the company suggests "Try to reset the application defaults". power work. The actual solution will be available later this month.
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