Microsoft has just acknowledged a new trouble in the latest cumulative updates for Windows 10, explaining that setting them up could break down Ie.
Specifically, Redmond says that these updates allow it to be impossible to launch the browser when the default search provider is not set or perhaps is malformed.
The bug exists in the May cumulative updates, meaning all users whose devices are up-to-date are susceptible to the error preventing Internet Explorer from running.
Obviously, the easiest workaround with this concern is to set the default search provider, or for users who’re ready for the most hardcore solution, to get rid of the cumulative updates altogether.
Microsoft says it’s already focusing on a resolution, and it expects this fix to go live for Windows 10 devices in mid-June. In other words, there’s an opportunity Microsoft delays for the June Patch Tuesday rollout to resolve the bug. This month, Patch Tuesday updates are projected to be released on June 11.
“Affected Windows 10 versions”
The affected platforms and cumulative updates would be the following:
Windows 10, version 1809 – KB4497934
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019
Windows 10, version 1803 – KB4499183
Windows 10, version 1709 – KB4499147
Windows 10, version 1703 – KB4499162
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2016
Windows 10, version 1607 – KB4499177
Microsoft recommends against using Internet Explorer as the primary browser, and the company says Windows 10 users should change to Edge for navigating the net. Internet Explorer remains offered in Windows 10 for compatibility purposes, as it’s the browser that many enterprises use for his or her internal apps and services.
Meanwhile, Microsoft is working on a revamped version of Microsoft Edge that makes the switch from EdgeHTML to Chromium because the powering engine. This browser will even have an Internet Explorer way of compatibility reasons.