Microsoft has released cumulative update KB4541335 for versions 1903 and 1909 of the Windows 10 operating system. This will be the last optional, non-security-related update to be released in some time, as the company stopped producing this type of update for cause of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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This update had already been made available for older versions of the Windows 10 operating system last week, but only now it arrives for builds 18362.752 and 18363.752 – for May 2019 and November 2019, respectively.
The update released today comes with fixes for the printing problems that some users were experiencing, as well as an error in the "mute" button of the Your Phone application. There was also fixed a bug that prevented certain apps from being closed and problems with the Calendar and Windows 10 keyboard.
In addition, Microsoft developers fixed an issue where a misleading message was displayed for Win32 applications that were converted to UWP apps, such as Sticky Notes, Microsoft OneNote and others.
Another bug that has been fixed is one found in the Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) toolbar, which happens when dragging it in a multi-monitor environment. There was another problem where the first key typed in a DataGridView cell was not recognized correctly, but this was also fixed.
If your computer has not been updated automatically, you can check the update in the Windows Update section of Windows 10.
Via: WCCF Tech