It’s the end of July and Microsoft is still busy addressing Windows 10 May Update problems.
Microsoft recently rolled out Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4505903 to all users. This update increases the current version to build 18362.267.
KB4505903 brings plenty of bug fixes for Windows 10. The Big M addressed some major problems with the Bluetooth and Windows 10 display settings.
The recent release also resolved some issues with the Start menu and Windows Hello.
Windows 10 KB4505903 changelog
Windows Ink Workspace improvements
KB4505903 brings some major improvements for the Windows Ink Workspace. This update simplified the menu.
Secondly, it added direct integration with the Microsoft Whiteboard app. The changes are done to improve the collaboration experience.
Windows Hello face authentication bugs
Previously, Windows Hello face authentication was not working properly. Microsoft addressed the problem in this release.
Microsoft Edge bugs fixed
Many users reported that a bug prevented Microsoft Edge from correctly printing PDF documents in Microsoft Edge. The problem specifically affected those PDF documents that contained portrait and landscape pages. You need to install KB4505903 to resolve this issue.
If the PDF printing issues persist, check out these troubleshooting guides for additional solutions:
- PDF files not printing properly in Windows 10 [ULTIMATE GUIDE]
- Print to PDF not working in Windows 10 [QUICK GUIDE]
Colors display bug fix
Users also complained about an issue with the display colors when they tried to view images on 10-bit display panels. The latest Windows 10 cumulative update resolves the problem for the affected systems.
Display brightness issue resolved
Microsoft resolved an issue in the operating system that prevented Windows 10 users from changing the display brightness. This problem was caused by some graphics drivers when users resumed the system from Hibernation or Sleep. You should not encounter this problem after installing KB4505903.
Bluetooth bug fixed
A previous update introduced a problem in Windows 10 that prevented some devices from going into Sleep mode. Users encountered this problem when they opened some Bluetooth based applications. Thankfully, Microsoft has resolved this problem in the recent release.
Bluetooth audio quality problems fixed
The latest Windows 10 cumulative update addresses a bug that reduced the Bluetooth audio quality in some cases. People encountered this issue when they used some audio profiles for a long time.
Start menu problems resolved
Microsoft resolved the functionality issues with the Start menu in Windows 10. This problem affected only new users who sign in to Windows.
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