- Microsoft has just released a brand new cumulative update for all Windows 10 users.
- After installing KB5016139, the Azure Active Directory sign-in issue will disappear.
- The company is still investigating the Wi-Fi connection problems for Windows 10.
Just in case you weren’t already aware, users reported some major problems after installing the latest Patch Tuesday updates.
The June rollout for the above-mentioned event, for both Windows 10 and Windows 11, introduced a few nasty software issues.
We’re talking about problems affecting Wi-Fi hotspots and Azure Active Directory (AAD) and Microsoft 365 sign-in troubles on Arm-based Windows devices.
Microsoft released a brand new OOB update for Windows 11 in order to tackle the AAD problem and has also made one for Windows 10 users.
KB5016139 is out now for Windows 10 21H2, 21H1, and 20H2
Thus, KB5016139 is now out for all Windows 10 users that are on versions 21H2, 21H1, as well as 20H2, so you can already download it.
Note that this update addresses a known issue that only affects Windows ARM-based devices, so it won’t help you in any other scenario.
This new rollout is for the problem that might prevent you from signing in using Azure Active Directory (AAD), same as on Windows 11.
Applications, as well as services that use AAD to sign in, such as VPN connections, Microsoft Teams, and Microsoft Outlook, might also be affected.
Since this is an update designed to fix broken areas of the operating system, one might think that it is free of other issues.
Well, one will be wrong for thinking that, as KB5016139 brings quite a few issues to the table, hiccups that we’re already known and are giving the tech giant a hard time.
Users are still waiting on fixes for the following bugs:
- Devices with Windows installations created from custom offline media or custom ISO image might have Microsoft Edge Legacy removed by this update, but not automatically replaced by the new Microsoft Edge. This issue is only encountered when custom offline media or ISO images are created by slipstreaming this update into the image without having first installed the standalone servicing stack update (SSU) released March 29, 2021 or later.
- After installing the June 21, 2021 (KB5003690) update, some devices cannot install new updates, such as the July 6, 2021 (KB5004945) or later updates. You will receive the error message, “PSFX_E_MATCHING_BINARY_MISSING”.
- Receiving reports that the Snip & Sketch app might fail to capture a screenshot and might fail to open using the keyboard shortcut (Windows key+shift+S). This issue occurs after installing KB5010342 (February 8, 2022) and later updates.
- After installing this update, Windows devices might be unable use the Wi-Fi hotspot feature. When attempting to use the hotspot feature, the host device might lose the connection to the internet after a client device connects.
Have you noticed any other issues after installing KB5016139 on your Windows 10 device? Share your experience with us in the comments section below.