KB4528760 still plagued by old errors and unresolved bugs

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Microsoft recently released the first round of updates for 2020, called the Windows 10 January Patch Tuesday updates. Part of this major set of updates is the Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4528760 for Windows 10 version 1903 and 1909.

Several security vulnerabilities regarding the crypt32.dll component of Windows were probably the highlight of the entire round of patches, as far as security goes.

However, KB4528760 also comes with its fair share of issues as well.

The list of bugs is already pretty long, despite the updates barely having been rolled out. As such, we expect the list to grow as users discover more and more issues, and we will update the article as new problems emerge.

KB4528760 reported bugs

Error messages when installing the Cumulative Update

Users are receiving constant error messages when trying to install the Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4528760. This error bears the code 0xc1900403.

Windows10 update 2020-01 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1903 for x64-based Systems (KB4528760)failed 3 times with this error:

Last failed install attempt on ‎1/‎14/‎2020 – 0xc1900403  (also displayed download error, reason for 3 runs)

On the same note, other users are receiving an error code 0x80073701 when trying to install the Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4528760. This isn’t the first time this particular issue affects users, as it also appeared back in the August Patch Tuesday updates.

If you too are encountering this issue, make sure that you follow this in-depth guide that will show you exactly how to fix it.

Night Light is broken

Several users have reported that Windows 10’s Night Light feature no longer works after installing the latest Cumulative Update. Apparently, it stopped working, regardless of whether it was set to scheduled or non-scheduled.

it doesn’t work. scheduled or non-scheduled.

Explorer issues

Users were also expecting that this round of updates would also bring a fix to the Explorer issues for WIndows 10 version 1909. However, it would seem that these have failed to come.

This pretty much sums up the list of issues for Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4528760 for now. If any more appear, we will constantly update this article, so be sure to keep an eye on it.

If you bumped into any other problems with KB4528760, don’t hesitate to share them in the comments section below.

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