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Windows 10 receives a new cumulative update that solves problems with the Start Menu, Cortana, Edge, and much more

Windows 10 receives a new cumulative update that solves problems with the Start Menu, Cortana, Edge, and much more

Microsoft has launched a new optional cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1903, that is, the May 2019 Update. The KB4522355 patch arrives free of known problems, unlike almost all of its predecessors that have caused some failure to solve another.

This new patch solve a long list of bugs and hopefully it will also mark the end or at least a pause in the long run of problematic cumulative updates of Windows 10 in recent months.

Finally a cumulative update without known problems

Cumulative Update Windows 10

This patch fixes a problem that caused the Start Menu, the Cortaba search bar, the taskbar icons, or Microsoft Edge to stop working after the installation of previous monthly updates. That is to say, fix one of the bugs introduced by previous versions of cumulative updates.

All the features of Windows 10 that you can take advantage of to be more productive

In addition to this, problems have also been solved that they can prevent you from connecting to a VPN network, Fixed a bug that causes the system to stop responding on the login screen, and also problems that caused a black screen when signing in after updating Windows 10.

Several problems with the Microsoft Narrator have also been fixed, it I corrected a strange problem that causes the system to stop responding if you install too many fonts, a problem with the high use of the Windows window manager CPU was corrected after using the remote desktop protocol, a problem was solved with the Photos app that showed the largest normal tile in the start menu, and many more things .

You can read the full list on the Microsoft support website. The update has been sent directly to Windows Update and if you have automatic updates active without them being paused and if you have installed the previous cumulative updates.

You can go to the Windows Settings by pressing the Windows key + I and in the section Update and security click on "Check for updates". You must reboot the system, so plan the best time for you.

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