KB4497936 is now available to all Windows 10 v 1903 users

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Milan Stanojevic
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KB4497936 released to non-insiders

Microsoft confirmed that non-Insiders running the Windows 10 May 2019 Update are also getting cumulative update KB4497936.

Microsoft rolled out KB4497936 to all the devices running Windows 10 version 1903. This update is now officially available to some non-Windows Insiders as well.

As a quick reminder, the tech giant first released KB4497936 to users enrolled in Windows Insider program. According to the official update description, machines running Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18362 in the Slow Ring, Fast Ring, and Release Preview Ring are eligible for KB4497936.

Microsoft says the update will be automatically installed on devices running the Windows 10 May 2019 Update.

As a matter of fact, many non-Windows Insiders are also running Windows 10 version 1903 (May 2019 Update). Indeed, Microsoft will officially releasing Windows 10 May 2019 Update later this month.

However, you can already get the ISO files from MSDN. Many Windows users already downloaded the respective ISO files.

KB4497936 is available to non-Insiders

Many non-insiders confirmed they also received KB4497936 on their systems. The tech giant confirmed the wider rollout via Tweet and stated that the update is available to everyone running the May 2019 Update.

This is expected. Anyone who is on the May 2019 Update will get these servicing releases as we ramp up for general availability.

Microsoft still has fresh memory about the mess created by Windows 10 October 2018 Update. Therefore, the company is taking its time to thoroughly test the upcoming May 2019 Update.

Microsoft is gradually releasing this update to Windows 10 machines and carefully analyzes the feedback it receives. The company wants to make sure that no bugs are introduced to production devices as a result of a public release. 


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