The new Windows 10 update "has no errors", but it has a lot of patches

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Microsoft has just released another cumulative patch for Windows 10. Although the giant from Redmond claims that the update KB4522355 for Windows 10 (1903) does not contain errors, I recommend approaching these assurances from a distance. The company recently assured that hotfix KB4517389 is not affected by bugsbut reality quickly verified these optimistic assumptions. Either way, the new update fixes a handful of bugs and that seems more important.

Installing the patch KB4522355 increases the build version of Windows 10 to 18362.449. The list of corrections totals several dozen items, which is invariably good news.

First of all, finally probably all the errors related to the Start Menu could be resolvedthat were triggered by previous updates. Microsoft also reports that the problem of unstable computer operation, which sometimes occurred when logging in to Windows 10, has been eliminated. Logging in using Windows Hello for Business has also been improved, during which the option of logging in via the basic method sometimes disappeared.

You can read the full list of changes in English, in this place.

You must know that update KB4522355 is an optional fix and its installation you should force by manually checking for updates in the Windows Update section of your computer.

Source: Microsoft