Home windows 10 KB4586819 is now rolling out to customers through the brand new ‘Optional updates’ section in the Windows Update Settings. That is an non-obligatory launch and it received’t obtain or set up routinely in your system till you hit the ‘Obtain and set up’ possibility after navigating by a number of pages within the Settings.
This patch comes with a protracted listing of fixes and enhancements. For instance, Microsoft says it has resolved a difficulty that causes File Explorer to crash when namespace extension merchandise are enabled.
In different phrases, File Explorer may crash once you kind within the search field and third-party customizations are utilized to the Explorer window. Likewise, Microsoft has additionally resolved points with ‘Open File’ dialog field in File Explorer.
Home windows 10 KB4586819 non-obligatory preview replace additionally comes with fixes for sure video games that use audio spatial. When the audio spatial characteristic is enabled, a bug in Home windows 10 causes the video games to cease responding to your keystrokes or mouse clicks.
One other bug has been fastened the place Graphics Machine Interface (GDI) Font Handles will lead to sudden behaviours in sure apps.
Microsoft has additionally fastened an annoying subject with USB 3.0. In some configurations, Microsoft noticed that units linked to the USB 3.Zero hub may cease working once you restart the system. To repair this, you would wish to disconnect and reconnect the system manually or set up the non-obligatory preview from Home windows Replace.
It’s additionally value noting that KB4586819 is rolling out units with Home windows 10 model 1909 or model 1903 solely. If you happen to’re on model 20H2 or model 2004, Microsoft plans to launch one other replace with equivalent fixes later this month or within the first week of December.
In December, Microsoft is planning to deal with safety updates and fewer updates will be released. This might imply that the following batch of non-obligatory previews can be revealed within the third or fourth week of January.
Unimportant updates are being delayed to permit for Microsoft engineers to deal with mandatory fixes.