Microsoft just rolled out a new Windows 10 cumulative update: KB4505658. This update takes the current version of Windows 10 to build 17763.652.
The latest update addresses various issues in Windows 10 version 1809. One of these bugs caused Internet Explorer to crash in certain situations.
Update KB4505658 resolves another major issue with Windows search results. The previous release introduced a bug that prevented some newly installed apps from appearing in search results.
Windows 10 KB4505658 changelog
IE bug fix
According to Microsoft, moving a tab to create a new window forced the browser to stop working. Moreover, many users experienced problems with PIN authentication in Internet Explorer. These issues should be history now.
Windows authentication bug
This update resolves a Windows notification bug for Windows 10 users. Microsoft confirmed that nonsense characters won’t appear anymore in the notifications.
Windows search issues
Previously, many people reported they couldn’t find newly updated or installed applications in their search results. Thankfully, this problem has been resolved in the recent release.
Office 2010 bug fix
KB4505658 resolved an issue with Microsoft Office 2010 app that prevened Save and Save As options to appear. This problem affected those users who turned on the high contrast mode.
Microsoft account issues resolved
There were many reports that Windows 10 devices failed to recognise a Microsoft account in some cases. Users had to sign in again to resolve this issue. You need to install KB4505658 to fix this issue for good.
Window-Eyes screen reader app
Microsoft improved the compatibility of the Window-Eyes screen reader app in the latest Windows 10 release.
Windows Upgrade issues resolved
Microsoft recommends users to install Windows 10 KB4505658 in order to upgrade to a newer OS version. This release improves the reliability of the upgrade process.
Windows Application bug fix
Microsoft addressed an issue with some Windows 10 applications that are used to manage device settings, folders and files.
Device reset issues resolved
Many people were annoyed by the fact that they lose all their App permissions settings when they reset their device. This issue has been resolved and your system will now remember those settings.
Finally, this update does not bring any issues. Microsoft listed four know issues and all of them have been inherited from the previous releases.
You can check out the complete changelog on Microsoft’s support site.
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