KB4497935 fixes some major Windows 10 May Update bugs


Milan Stanojevic
by Milan Stanojevic
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KB4497935 windows 10 may update

Microsoft recently released another cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1903. KB4497935 is now available to Slow and Release Preview Ring Insiders. This release bumps the existing version of the build to 18362.145.

Just like the previous releases, this update brings a bundle of improvements and fixes for Windows 10 users. This article briefly discusses some major changes.

Update KB4497935 is currently being tested by Insiders and it should be available to the general publish this week. Windows 10 May Update users have complained about a long list of bugs and we’re sure Microsoft wants to fix these issues as soon as possible.

KB4497935 major fixes and improvements

Night light mode bug fix

Microsoft released KB4497935 to fix Night light mode issues introduced by the previous releases. Previously some users reported that some display mode changes turned off Night light mode.

Full-screen mode rendering issues resolved

An annoying bug created some issues for the gaming community when using full-screen mode. Microsoft confirmed that the issue was caused when the Game bar was visible during the gaming session. Thankfully, Microsoft released KB4497935 to resolve the issue.

Bluetooth devices bug fix

KB4497935 resolved another issue for some PCs with Bluetooth radios. The issue was preventing users from removing Bluetooth peripherals from those PCs.

Guest DPI issue resolved

KB4497935 addressed an issue that where there was a conflict between the dots per inch of the host and the guest.

External USB devices bug fixed

An issue prevented users from installing the latest Windows 10 Updates on their systems. Microsoft confirmed that during the installation of the update, Windows 10 PCs with an external SD card or USB device got an incorrect drive.

The affected systems triggered a message This PC can’t be upgraded to Windows 10. KB4497935 fixed the issue.

Direct3D apps issues resolved

Some gamers who changed the default display orientation experienced issues while entering full-screen mode in some Direct3D apps or games.

Surprisingly, Microsoft didn’t list any known issues for this release. However, it remains to be seen if Windows 10 users report any issues on the company’s forums.

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