Microsoft releases Windows 10 update with a bunch of bug fixes

Microsoft | Sep 26, 2018 | Master3395

Now you can update again.

Updates to Windows 10 have been frequent recently, and it is not more than a week since Microsoft released a complete update to the latest release.

Long update log
It's been a long time for the next "Patch Tuesday", but it does not stop Microsoft from sending out Windows 10 updates that are bugged with bug fixes and improvements. In this round, there are versions "Fall Creators Update" released last fall and April 2018 Update, launched in April this year, and as recently as the latest version of Windows 10, which is being updated.

The update usually pops up under Windows Update and spreads Windows 10 April 2018 Update to OS 17134.319, which you can check under Settings - System - About - OS Version. Not everyone may receive the update at the same time - if you do not want to wait, you can download and install it through the Microsoft Update Catalog.

Here is the update log for Windows 10 April 2018 Update:


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Sources: MSPowerUser

Author: Master3395


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