KB4092077 fixes UI issues on Windows 10, but download fails for some
Microsoft rolled out a new Windows 10 Creators Update patch aimed at fixing an annoying bug that makes the UI completely unusable.
Update KB4092077 is available via the Windows Update service or directly from Microsoft’s Update Catalog website.
So, if you want to download and install install KB4092077, simply go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and click on the Check updates’ button.
Here is the official update description:
Addresses issue where, after installing this update, some localized devices have incorrect strings or unusual behavior in different areas of the user interface (UI) that make the UI unusable.
Keep in mind that this patch does not replace previous updates. If you installed earlier updates, only the new fixes contained in this update package will be downloaded and installed on your Windows 10 computer.
According to Microsoft, there is only one bug known to affect the update. Actually, this is not a novelty, as this issue has been affecting Windows updates for quite a while now. More specifically, if you’re running certain antivirus versions, this update won’t show up on your computer.
If you’re getting this error as well, you can check out this troubleshooting guide to fix it. Try running Windows 10’s built-in troubleshooter, uninstall the latest updates, run the batch script and reinstall the update manually.
We hope something helps.
Well, for the time being, this is the only issue that users have reported. If you already installed KB4092077 on your computer, use the comment section below to tell us more about your experience.
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