Microsoft has released new optional cumulative updates for some Windows 10 versions, including 1909, using the company thus previewing a few of the improvements it wants to use in the following full release for the operating-system.
The Windows 10 version 1909 cumulative update Microsoft published now is KB4598298, also it increases the OS build number to 18363.1350.
According to the official changelog, which you’ll get in full within the box following the jump, there are many improvements in this new update, including an EOS notification warning version 1909 is approaching the end of life.
Microsoft recently retired Windows 10 version 1903, and today the next in the queue is version 1909.
“Windows 10, version 1903 reached end of servicing on December 8, 2020. To continue receiving security and quality updates, Microsoft recommends that you simply update towards the new edition of Windows 10. If you wish to update to Windows 10, version 1909, you have to make use of the Enablement Package KB4517245 (EKB). Using the EKB makes updating much easier and requires a single restart,” Microsoft explains.
All fixes to become area of the February Patch Tuesday
This new cumulative update also resolves an issue displaying a blank lock screen when waking a tool from hibernation, while also correcting the historical DST info for that Palestinian Authority. Microsoft says installing this update also addresses an element that hides the Extract all entry around the shortcut menu whenever you right-click an online-only ZIP file.
If you previously clicked on a document stored around the desktop and got an error reading “the directory name is invalid,” Microsoft says the issue is now fixed and everything is working correctly.
All the improvements which are one of them cumulative update will be shipped to the production channel around the next Patch Tuesday rollout happening in February.