Microsoft recently released KB4495667 with a bunch of bug fixes for systems running Windows 10 October 2018 Update. This update takes the existing version of the operating system to version 17763.475.
Just like the past few builds, Microsoft didn’t release any new performance improvements and fixes in Windows 10 Build 17763.475.
However, the update is available for those systems that have already installed KB4493510 which was released last month.
The tech giant recommends its users to download KB4493510 first.
App launching bug fix
KB4495667 finally addressed app launching issues that were brought by the previous builds. Windows 10 users will no longer have to face this problem after the installation of this update.
IE issues resolved
Some users were previously experiencing issues while starting some apps on Internet Explorer. Thankfully, KB4495667 resolved the issue.
Application not responding fix
Windows 10 users were reporting for some time that a Gdi32full.dll bug forced their apps to stop responding. Microsoft took notice of those complaints and released a fix in KB4495667.
Account login issues fixed
Previously, users were using a smart card to log in to their account even after disabling it. Microsoft fixed this issue in this release and those users can no longer log in to a disabled account.
Start Menu Settings bug fix
Microsoft resolved another important issue related to the customized Start menu Settings. Some Windows 10 users who upgraded their systems reported that they lost their customized Start Menu Settings.
Gradual memory leak issues fixed
This release fixed a gradual memory leak issue that existed in LSASS.exe. The issue was experienced on those devices that enabled the cached logon.
Unlike previous ones, this update brought six known issues to the table. Microsoft states that the update may trigger error 0x800f0982 on systems running some Asian language packs. Furthermore, users who attempt to print from Edge or some UWP apps may experience the following error: Your printer has experienced an unexpected configuration problem: 0x80070007e.
Microsoft also acknowledged some other issues related to Zone transfers and ArcaBit antivirus. Moreover, there are some reports that the update failed to install for some users.
You can manually install the 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit versions of Windows 10 KB4495667 from the link mentioned below.
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