Microsoft just rolled out another cumulative update to Windows 10 May 2019 Update users. Update KB4501375 fixes some issues introduced by the initial rollout of Windows 10 v1903.
This non-security update bumps the OS build to version 1903 18362.207. However, this update is only available to Release Preview Ring Insiders.
That is why Microsoft didn’t release a changelog for this update.
As a quick reminder, this month’s Patch Tuesday updates introduced many Event Viewer bugs. Some users confirmed that KB4501375 addresses some of these issues.
However, keep in mind there is no official confirmation yet as to exact bug fixes brought by this update. We expect Microsoft to reveal the complete changelog as soon as the update is available to non-Insiders as well.
Similar to all the previous updates, KB4501375 is available as an automatic update. You can go to Settings > Update and Security and then Check for Updates.
However, you need to reboot your system to apply the changes. You first need to download and install the servicing stack update first before installing KB4501375.
Many people have already started to download the update. So far, no issues have been reported.
The installation process went smoothly for all users. We will keep an eye on Microsoft’s forum and update this article as soon as new information is available.
Are you experiencing any issues with KB4501375? Let us know in the comments section below.
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