Windows 10 KB4505658 Update Rolled Out With Bug Fixes And Improvements

Windows 10 Version 1903, the latest version of the OS, is undoubtedly not on your computer anymore. Most Windows 10 users, according to some recent data, are still on the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, also known as the build 1809. To be more precise, 30% of the PCs have not updated to the latest version.

What’s new Windows 10 Version 1809’s KB4505658 update?

A massive cumulative update has been released by Microsoft for the percent of version 1809 users, fixing most glitches and bugs the OS had. KB4505658 is the new update, and it does not only fixes security issues, but it also comes with some interesting additions. Now when you are using Internet Explorer, and you want to create a new window by dragging a tab, it will no longer stop working.

Now, when you are searching for a recently updated application or a just installed one, you will finally find them using the bar for that purpose. Applications that manage folders, files, and device settings have been fixed. The Window-Eyes screen reader application has now better compatibility with the OS.

Next time you reset your device it will no longer ask you to set the App permissions, it will keep the ones you have chosen before doing that. When you come from version 1703 of the Windows 10, the reliability improves.

More details on the latest Windows 10

This is the first time in quite a while since Microsoft released the last cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1903. This might be as the company no longer has a strict routine for cumulative updates that it needs to follow.

Windows 10 version 1903 received more than one such cumulative update from the company, and so did other older versions in the last months. With that being said, keep an eye on a new such update, because you never know when it gets rolled out.

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