Windows 10 KB4503291 fixes some annoying date and time bugs

by Milan Stanojevic
Milan Stanojevic
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Microsoft pushed a new Windows 10 cumulative update to users. Update KB4503291 fixes some annoying time zone issues in Windows 10.

Therefore, it is highly recommended to install it on your PC. Keep in mind that installing Windows 10 updates as soon as Microsoft rolled them out can be a bit risky. Sometimes, they can brick your machine.

So, don’t forget to backup your data before hitting the update button.

KB4503291 changelog

Time zone information updates

KB4503291 brings time zone information updates for Palestinian territories and Morocco.

Japanese short date issue fixed

Microsoft addressed another issue affecting the Japanese short date format. This issue was introduced by KB4469068.

Security vulnerability

This release fixed a security flaw in Windows 10 PCs. The bug prevented Windows PCs from establishing a connection with Bluetooth devices.

General security updates

Microsoft pushed some general security updates to many other Windows components, including Windows Media, Windows Server, Windows Storage and File Systems, Windows Shell, and more.

Internet Explorer bug fix

Just like all other patches, KB4503291 fixed a minor bug affecting Internet Explorer users.

KB4503291 known issues

Microsoft listed a single known issue introduced by Windows 10 cumulative update KB4503291. The company explains that you may face an error while performing specific operations on Windows files or folders, such as renaming files and folders.

Microsoft promised to release a fix in the upcoming update. Meanwhile, you can use the temporary fix mentioned in the official update changelog.


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