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Outside of the regular Patch Tuesday schedule, Windows 10 version 1809, October 2023 Update, is getting update KB4482887 to address a slew of issues.

KB4482887 bumps the version number to build 17763.348, and according to the company addresses problems with Action Center, PDF in Microsoft Edge, shared folder, Windows Hello, and much more.

Microsoft has announced KB4482887 in the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “March 1, 2023—KB4482887 (OS Build 17763.348)”. If you’re already running the Windows 10 version 1809 on your device, this update will address these problems:

Addresses an issue that may cause the Action Center to suddenly appear on the wrong side of the screen before appearing on the correct side.

Fixes a problem that may fail to save some inked content in a PDF in Microsoft Edge.

Addresses an issue that causes the republication BranchCache to take more space than it’s been assigned.

Addresses a reliability issue that may cause the screen to remain black after resuming from Sleep if you close a laptop lid while disconnecting the laptop from a docking station.

Fixes a problem that causes the overwriting of file on a shared folder to fail because of an Access Denied error.

Addresses an issue that may cause printing to PDF to fail during a Remote Desktop session. This issue occurs while attempting to save the file and redirect drives from the client system.

Addresses a reliability issue that may cause the main laptop screen to flash when resuming from Sleep.

Fixes a problem that displays a black screen and causes a Remote Desktop session to stop responding when using certain VPN connections.

Addresses an issue that fails to register USB cameras correctly for Windows Hello after the out of box experience (OOBE) setup.

Fixes a problem that prevents the Microsoft enhanced Point and Print compatibility driver from installing on Windows 7 clients.

Fixes a problem that causes Termservice to stop working when Remote Desktop is configured to use a hardware encoder for Advanced Video Coding (AVC).

Addresses an issue that locks a user account when you move applications to a shared platform using App-V.

Fixes a problem that prevents App-V applications from starting and generates error 0xc0000225 in the log.

Addresses an issue with evaluating the compatibility status of the Windows ecosystem to help ensure application and device compatibility for all updates to Windows.

Fixes a problem that may prevent some applications from displaying the Help (F1) window correctly.

Addresses an issue that fails to update a user hive when you publish an optional package in a Connection Group after the Connection Group was previously published.

Addresses a compatibility issue with parsing and playback of certain MP4 content.

Fixes a problem that occurs with the Internet Explorer proxy setting and the out of box experience (OOBE) setup.

Addresses an issue in which the desktop lock screen image set by a Group Policy will not update if the image is older than or has the same name as the previous image.

Fixes a problem in which the desktop wallpaper image set by a Group Policy will not update if the image has the same name as the previous image.

Addresses an issue that causes the chúng tôi touchscreen keyboard to stop working in certain conditions.

Fixes a problem that may cause the new Miracast connection banner to remain open after a connection is closed.

Addresses an issue that fails to recognize the first character of the Japanese Era name as an abbreviation and may cause date parsing issues.

Fixes a problem that may prevent Internet Explorer from loading images that have a backslash () in their relative source path.

Addresses an issue that may cause applications that use a Microsoft Jet database with the Microsoft Access 95 file format to randomly stop working.

Enables peripheral role support for some Bluetooth radios.

Updates time zone information for Chile.

Improves the reliability of the UE-VAppmonitor.

Enables “Retpoline” for Windows on certain devices, which may improve performance of Spectre variant 2 mitigations (CVE-2024-5715). 

Improves performance related to case-insensitive string comparison functions such as in the Universal C Runtime.

Fixes a problem in Windows Server 2023 that causes input and output timeouts when querying for SMART Data using Get-StorageReliabilityCounter().

Addresses an issue with Remote Desktop access to Hyper-V Server 2023.

Addresses an issue  that may cause virtual disks to go offline when upgrading a 2-node Storage Space Direct (S2D) cluster from Windows Server 2024 to Windows Server 2023.

Addresses a performance issue when establishing a Remote Desktop connection from a web Remote Desktop client to Windows Server 2023.

Fixes a problem that displays the media type as “Unknown” in the Server Manager for storage class memory (SCM) disks.

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Windows 10 Update Kb4494441 (Build 17763.503) Releases

Microsoft is now releasing update KB4494441 for devices running Windows 10 version 1809, October 2023 Update, to address several issues with latest version of the operating system.

KB4501835 update bumps the version number to build 17763.503, and according to the software giant, fixes security vulnerabilities, errors using virtual drives, and a few networking problems.

Windows 10 update KB4494441 for version 1809

Microsoft has announced KB4494441 in the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “May 14, 2023—KB4494441 (OS Build 17763.503)”. If you’re already running the Windows 10 October 2023 Update on your device, this update will address these problems:

Enables “Retpoline” by default if Spectre Variant 2 (CVE-2024-5715) is enabled.

Provides protections against a new subclass of speculative execution side-channel vulnerabilities, known as Microarchitectural Data Sampling, for 64-Bit (x64) versions of Windows (CVE-2024-11091, CVE-2024-12126, CVE-2024-12127, CVE-2024-12130).

Adds “uk.gov” into the HTTP Strict Transport Security Top Level Domains (HSTS TLD) for Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.

Addresses an issue that may cause “Error 1309” while installing or uninstalling certain types of .msi and .msp files on a virtual drive.

Fixes a problem that prevents the Microsoft Visual Studio Simulator from starting.

Addresses an issue that may cause zone transfers between primary and secondary DNS servers over the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) to fail.

Fixes a problem that causes Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Management Information Base registration to fail when the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) provider uses the Windows tool SMI2SMIR.exe.

Addresses an issue that may cause the text, layout, or cell size to become narrower or wider than expected in Microsoft Excel when using the MS UI Gothic or MS PGothic fonts.

Security updates to Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows App Platform and Frameworks, Windows Graphics, Windows Storage and Filesystems, Windows Cryptography, the Microsoft JET Database Engine, Windows Kernel, Windows Virtualization, and Windows Server.

You can download the updates to install them manually with the links below:

Windows 10 update KB4499167 for version 1803

The April 2023 Update (version 1803) is getting update KB4499167, and the Windows support site referred it as “May 14, 2023—KB4499167 (OS Build 17134.765)”. If you’re already running version 1803 on your PC, this update will address these issues:

Provides protections against a new subclass of speculative execution side-channel vulnerabilities, known as Microarchitectural Data Sampling, for 64-Bit (x64) versions of Windows (CVE-2024-11091, CVE-2024-12126, CVE-2024-12127, CVE-2024-12130). 

Adds “uk.gov” into the HTTP Strict Transport Security Top Level Domains (HSTS TLD) for Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.

Fixes a problem that may cause “Error 1309” while installing or uninstalling certain types of .msi and .msp files on a virtual drive.

Addresses an issue that prevents the Microsoft Visual Studio Simulator from starting.

Fixes a problem that may cause zone transfers between primary and secondary DNS servers over the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) to fail.

Fixes a problem that may cause the text, layout, or cell size to become narrower or wider than expected in Microsoft Excel when using the MS UI Gothic or MS PGothic fonts.

Security updates to Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows App Platform and Frameworks, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Storage and Filesystems, Windows Cryptography, Windows Datacenter Networking, Windows Wireless Networking, Windows Virtualization, Windows Kernel, Windows Server, and the Microsoft JET Database Engine.

Windows 10 updates for older versions

Although the version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) is no longer supported, organizations running the Enterprise or Education edition of Windows 10 are getting update KB4499179, which addresses many issues and bumps up the version number to 16299.1146.

Windows 10 version 1703 (Creators Update) is no longer supported either, but organizations with devices still running this release can now download and install KB4499181, which fixes a few issues and bumps the version number to build 15063.1805.

In addition, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, version 1607, is getting update KB4494440 to fix a slew of problems with the no longer supported operating system bumping the version number to build 14393.2969.

Finally, the original release of Windows 10 is getting update KB4499154 bumping the version number to 10240.18215 to address several issues.

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Windows 10 Build 14946 Releases With Features And Improvements

Microsoft is now making available Windows 10 build 14946 for PC and Mobile devices enrolled in the Fast ring. This release is yet another update part of the Windows 10 Redstone 2 and brings a number of features and improvements.

Windows 10 build 14946, according to Microsoft, has a number of features, including a new settings page with option to customize your precision touchpad experience on PC, the Wi-Fi settings page also gets updated with a few options to temporarily disable your connection for PC and Mobile, a few other specific small features for Mobile, and a number of fixes and improvements for both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.

Touchpad settings

As Microsoft continues the work of migrating Control Panel settings and adding new options to the Settings app, on build 14946, you’ll now find a new Touchpad page to configure additional options for three and four finger gestures. For taps, you can select between Action Center, Cortana, play/pause or middle mouse button, and for swipes, you can select between switching apps or switching virtual desktops.

Wi-Fi settings

On PC and Mobile, Windows 10 build 14946 is adding the ability to turn temporarily turn off Wi-Fi for 1, 2, or 4 hours, 1 day, or until you decide. You will only see these new options when you turn off Wi-Fi.

What’s new on Windows 10 Mobile build 14946

On this flight, Microsoft is also adding a few improvements specifically for Windows 10 Mobile.

Starting with build 14946, you now have the ability to turn off whichever screen you’re using with Continuum to save battery and preventing screen burn-in.

Screen timeout settings Keyboard improvements

On this release, Windows 10 Mobile adds a new mechanism to prevent autocorrection. In the case you see that an autocorrection will happen and it’s not what you intended, you’ll now see what you originally typed as the second candidate. Tapping on that candidate will prevent the autocorrection, and the system will learn your vocabulary over time.

Fixes and improvements for PC

Some of the most important fixes and improvement on this flight includes:

Fixed sign-in issue to Xbox Live.

Fixed crashing problem with Microsoft Edge.

Fixed issue where if the device’s brightness was automatically adjusted after being woken from sleep, the brightness level shown in the Action Center’s Brightness Quick Action won’t reflect the current settings.

Known issues for PC

This flight includes two known issues including:

Problem with third-party antivirus software, such as Bitdefender and Malwarebytes.

Large Windows Store games such as ReCore, Gears of War 4, Forza Horizon 3, Killer Instinct and Rise of the Tomb Raider may fail to launch.

Fixes and improvements for Mobile

Some of the most important fixes and improvement on this flight for mobile includes:

Fixed issues that caused sending messages to fail.

When your phone is connected to your PC, photos will load much faster in File Explorer.

Fixed an issue resulting in Camera app video recordings having a slight crackle to their audio in recent builds.

Known issues for Mobile

If your phone has additional speech packs installed – this build will fail to install on your phone with an 0x80188319 error.

Microsoft is listing the complete set of the features, fixes, and known issues for build 14946 at the Windows Blog.

Windows 10 Mobile Build 10080 Known Issues

Early today, May 14, Microsoft rolled out the third preview of Windows 10 Mobile (build 10080) via the fast ring of updates with a significant number of features, improvements, fixes, and new universal Windows apps. However, because the new bits are being released via the fast lane, it also means more bugs, issues, and fewer workarounds.

While, the software giant is releasing today build 10080 to Windows Insiders, the company warns that there are several known issues in this build that everyone should be aware. Below, there is a list of all the known issues for Windows 10 for phones build 10080:

Microsoft is aware of the following migration issues after upgrading to build 10080.

After upgrading, you may see duplicate tiles for apps like Search and Phone under All Apps.

“Pending” may show under some apps after upgrade and those apps are unresponsive. Restarting the phone will clear the pending flag and the apps should work.

All data and settings for apps installed on a SD card do not get migrated and you cannot launch these apps or install them again. Workaround is to uninstall then reinstall these apps.

The old email app will still show up after upgrade in All Apps list with “Error” text displayed and cannot be removed. This app also shows up banged out on the Start screen if it was pinned previously. It can simply be unpinned to remove.

When upgrading from Windows Phone 8.1 to this build, even if you have your cellular data connection turned on, it will get turned off during upgrade. Go to Settings / Network & wireless / Cellular and SIM to turn it back on.

VERY IMPORTANT: There is a condition in which you may never receive MMS messages. Usually when someone sends you a MMS message and your phone’s cellular data connection is turned off, you will receive a “Get message” link in the text thread from the sender, allowing you to download the message once you turn your cellular data back on. There is a bug in which this link is not received in this case and the MMS message is completely lost. To ensure MMS messages are not lost, be sure to turn cellular data on (via Settings / Network & wireless / Cellular & SIM / Data connection). This issue will occur any time your cellular data connection is turned off in this build.

If you are in a region where Cortana is enabled (US, China, UK, France, Italy, Germany, or Spain) and you have changed the default shipping language on your phone – please ensure that your region, language, and speech settings are restored to their default values before initiating the update. This is required in order to avoid a bug that will cause Cortana/Search to repeatedly crash.

After upgrade, uninstalling an app may not remove it from the All Apps list. Usually restarting your device resolves this issue.

Playback of movies and TV may fail with error 0x8004c029 in the Video Preview app. If it does, go here to learn more about how to fix it.

After upgrading, the Twitter app may crash on launch. If you uninstall and reinstall the app, it should work.

Auto-update for apps is not enabled in this build for apps installed via Store Beta. You will have to manually check for updates.

After upgrading from build 10052, the Insider Hub still does not launch. However, if you upgrade from Windows Phone 8.1 the Insider Hub should now launch.

Source Microsoft

Xbox One Creators Update Preview Releases With New Features

Microsoft begins the rollout of the first wave of features for Xbox One owners in the Xbox Insider Program. In the new test preview for the game console, the company is unveiling a number of new features users will get as part of the Xbox One Creators Update in Spring 2023.

According to the software giant the new update is about performance, users, competition, streaming, and just getting things done a lot faster. In this first test preview of the Creators Update for Xbox One, you’ll get an updated Home dashboard and a redesigned Guide. There are new improvements for accessibility, Cortana, system update, and the Blu-ray play now support bitstream paththrough.

Home

On Xbox One build 10.0.15009.1012, the Home for Xbox One is getting a number of interface tweaks. The new version of the dashboard simplifies the number of steps to get certain tasks done and increases the overall performance.

Microsoft accomplishes this by making navigation faster and surfacing the most important content for quicker access.

For example, you’ll notice the main tile for the game you’re playing has changed. In this update, you’ll see a smaller icon for the game and a few options to dive deeper into the Game Hub, interact with your Club or LFG for that game, view your Achievements, and more. The updated Home also features a hero art in the background when you’re not using a custom background.

Guide

The Guide on this update has been updated that opens faster than ever before by just pressing the Xbox button on your controller from anywhere.

Inside the new Guide, the company added new features and options, including a new start page designed to get you to the content most important to you, such as games and apps, Home, Store, and your tops pins.

There is even a quicker access media playback when you’re playing background music.

Multitasking

In addition to the Guide improvements, Microsoft is also introducing new way to multitask. In addition to quick access to music, the update will add screenshots and GameDVR only one button press away. Once in the Guide, you can press X or Y on your controller to record gameplay.

There is a new achievement tracker that you can use to track your achievements while playing games.

You’ll also be able to start broadcasting using Beam from the Guide, but it’s something that will come in a later release.

Cortana

This flight includes a number of Cortana improvements. For example, you can now set reminders and alarms, and there is new Cortana interface. In future updates will add performance and reliability improvements.

System Update

The Creators Update for Xbox One will make clearer when a system update is available to install. In addition, the updating experience is getting resigned so that steps are easy to understand.

Furthermore, Xbox One now will let users keep their console, games, and apps up to date independent of which power mode they have chosen.

Audio

Xbox One now allows developers to add Dolby Atmos for Home Theater, Dolby Atmos for Headphones, and Windows HRTF support to your streaming media application or game for a more immersive audio experience.

Additionally, the Blu-ray disc player now supports bitstream passthrough (beta), which allows your receiver to decode audio natively. All bitstream formats are supported, including newer ones like Dolby Atmos.

Ease of Access

The Creators Update for Xbox One as well as for Windows 10 is focus on make software more accessible for everyone. In this new test preview, you’ll find a new feature called Co-Pilot that allows two controllers to work as one. This will come in handy to offer assistance to other users, and it’ll make it easier for players who need unique configurations to play.

On the release, there is a new Magnifier and Narrator, as well as giving more options over audio output and custom rumble settings on a controller

How to get the new Xbox One Creators Update

According to the company, this is just the beginning, in the coming weeks and months there will be more updates with new features and improvements.

Xbox One release version rs_xbox_dev_flight.170118-1900 is available for select participants of the Xbox Preview Program, but not everyone is going to at the same time, Microsoft explains that it’ll take weeks to reach everyone in the program.

You can also check all the Creators Update features coming to Windows 10 in this guide.

How To Rollback Windows 10 Update? – Webnots

From time to time, Microsoft releases new updates to fix bugs and enhance security of the operating system. Thus, Windows 10 updates are very important as they ensure smooth and more secure system performance. However, PCs have different capabilities and hardware configuration resulting in some updates go wrong. While Microsoft is quick to fix any update issues, you may need an instant solution to continue working on your Windows 10 computer. If you land into issues resulting from a recent Windows 10 update, below we have discussed ways on how to rollback Windows Updates.

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Microsoft releases two feature updates per year. In addition, there are many build and quality updates for fixing bugs and improvement. Depending upon the situation, you have to follow one of the below listed methods to rollback Windows update.

You can rollback minor Windows 10 updates in two ways:

Roll Back Update

Wait as Windows uninstalls the update. You will see the progress shown by the green bar.

Cmd Method

Once the update has been successfully uninstalled, restart your computer.

2. Go Back to a Previous Windows 10 Build

If you have updated your operating system to the latest build, you can rollback to the previous build within 10 days after installation if you have not cleared the old files.

Choose Update Category

Select the category of updates you want to install. Windows will automatically restart and uninstall the update during startup.

4. Reset Your Windows 10

Refreshing your PC can remove recent updates that may have turned problematic. The reset option allows you to reinstall Windows 10 while  your files, but it removes installed apps and settings.

4.1. Reset your Windows 10 PC from the Settings Menu

Choose Option

Follow the on-screen instructions to initiate the reset process.

Windows will restart and will reset the PC in a few minutes.

4.2 Reset Windows 10 in Recovery Mode

Reset PC

Next you need to select the options to keep or remove files as explained in the above method and wait for Windows to reset.

5. Install Windows 10 Afresh

Another way to undo chaotic updates is to reinstall Windows 10 afresh. This should be the last option after all the others have failed as it cleans up all your files, apps and settings. Fresh Windows 10 installation takes longer and requires you to have an executable USB drive loaded with the OS or the Windows installation disk.

To install Windows 10 from a USB drive or disk, insert the disk or the USB drive and restart the computer.

Once the brand logo appears, press F2/F8/F12 depending on the make of your computer to open the boot options.

Under boot sequence, set the disk or the USB drive at the top of the list and press F10 to save the changes.

Follow the screen prompt to complete the installation.

Conclusion

Windows 10 updates are meant to improve user experience by fixing bugs and introducing better features to enhance performance. It is therefore important to check for and install updates whenever they are available. However, many users have reported issues after installing new updates. Fortunately, you can roll back Windows updates and restore your PC to its previous stable state. If you run into problems with Windows updates, you can try the above options to undo the updates.

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