Microsoft has released Windows 10 cumulative update KB4497093 for users within the Release Preview ring from the Windows Insider program after previously rolling it out for that Fast ring at the end of April.
KB4497093 increases the OS build number to 18362.86, and the availability for Release Preview ring users is an indication that the update is reliable enough to become area of the Windows 10 May 2019 Update RTM build.
Users currently enrolled in the discharge Preview ring have already been provided with the ultimate Windows 10 May 2019 Update, or Windows 10 version 1903, build and Microsoft now uses cumulative updates to deliver the most recent refinements in front of the public launch.
Windows 10 May 2019 Update is projected to reach for non-insiders later this month, and also the rollout will take devote stages to prevent issues from hitting a significant number of devices.
“What’s new in this update?”
Cumulative update KB4497093 includes a fix for users who were unable to update to 20H1 preview builds, however this line of the changelog doesn’t concern users in the Release Preview ring since they’re supposed to stick to version 1903 builds.
Additionally, you will find improvements for Japanese users, as well as a treatment for a bug causing updating to the latest build to fail with error 0x80242016. This specific change is the one that’s more essential for Windows 10 May 2019 Update, as Microsoft needs to guarantee smooth upgrades for this new release.
And finally, Microsoft says the update fixes “an issue where UWP VPN plugin apps might not be able to properly send packets through an established VPN tunnel with an IPv6 only network.”
Microsoft hasn’t yet confirmed that cumulative update KB4497093 is available for Slow and Release Preview ring users, as the official changelog only lists the short ring because the channel getting it from Windows Update.