Windows 10 update KB4038788 fixes a bunch of issues and bugs
Another month, another Patch Tuesday. This time, Microsoft released the new cumulative update KB4038788 for Windows 10 version 1703.
This is a regular cumulative update for the system, which means it brings no new features. Its main focus is improving the overall stability, and of course, fixing some of the known issues caused by previous updates. And this time, cumulative update KB4038788 indeed brings a handful of bug fixes.
Here’s the complete changelog of update KB4038788 for Windows 10:
“Addressed issue where the color profiles do not revert to the user-specified settings after playing a full-screen game.
Updated HDR feature to be turned off by default in the OS.
Addressed issue where you can’t open the Start menu when you add a third-party IME.
Addressed issue with scanners that rely on inbox driver support.
Addressed issue in a Mobile Device Manager Enterprise feature to allow headsets to work correctly.
Addressed issue where some machines fail to load wireless WAN devices when they resume from Sleep.
Addressed issue where Windows Error Reporting doesn’t clean up temporary files when there is a redirection on a folder.
Addressed issue where revoking a certificate associated with a disabled user account in the CA management console fails. The error is “The user name or password is incorrect. 0x8007052e (WIN32: 1326 ERROR_LOGON_FAILURE)”.
Addressed issue where LSASS is leaking large amounts of memory.
Addressed issue where enabling encryption using syskey.exe renders the system unbootable.
Updated the BitLocker.psm1 PowerShell script to not log passwords when logging is enabled.
Addressed issue where saving a credential with an empty password to Credential Manager causes the system to crash when attempting to use that credential.
Updates to Internet Explorer 11’s navigation bar with search box.
Addressed issue in Internet Explorer where undo is broken if character conversion is canceled using IME.
Addressed issue with the EMIE where Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer repeatedly switched between each other.
Addressed issue where a device may stop responding for several minutes and then stop working with error 0x9F (SYSTEM_POWER_STATE_FAILURE) when a USB network adapter is attached.
Addressed issue where some apps cannot be opened because the IPHlpSvc service stops responding during the Windows boot procedure.
Addressed issue where spoolsv.exe stops working.
Addressed issue where the Get-AuthenticodeSignature cmdlet does not list TimeStamperCertificate even though the file is time stamped.
Addressed issue where, after upgrading to Windows 10, users may experience long delays when running applications hosted on Windows Server 2008 SP2.
Addressed RemoteApp display issues that occur when you minimize and restore a RemoteApp to full-screen mode.
Addressed issue that sometimes causes Windows File Explorer to stop responding and causes the system to stop working.
Addressed issue that causes the Export-StartLayout cmdlet to fail when exporting the layout of tiles at startup.
Addressed issue where the option to join Azure AAD is sometimes unavailable during the out-of-box experience.
Addressed issue where clicking the buttons on Windows Action Center notifications results in no action being taken.
Security updates to Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows kernel-mode drivers, Windows shell, Microsoft Uniscribe, Microsoft Edge, Device Guard, Windows TPM, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows Hyper-V, Windows kernel, and Windows Virtualization.”
To download this update, simply go to Settings > Updates & security, and check for updates.
Besides KB4038788 for Windows 10 version 1703, Microsoft also released cumulative updates for all other supported versions of Windows 10: KB4038782 for Windows 10 version 1607; KB4038783 for Windows 10 version 1511; KB4038781 for Windows 10 1507 (initial July 2015 release).
For more info about Windows 10 cumulative update KB4038788, as well as all other updates released this Patch Tuesday, visit Microsoft’s Windows 10 Update History page.
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