The latest round of cumulative updates for Windows 10 devices includes a patch for version 1809 (October 2018 Update) as well, and also the changelog suggests plenty of improvements this time.
First of all, it’s worth knowing that Windows 10 cumulative update KB4520062 boosts the OS build number to 17763.832, then when typing winver within the Start menu, this is the version that you should see.
When it comes to the alterations it introduces, there are several of these which are worth highlighting.
For instance, cumulative update KB4520062 resolves a Start menu bug that has been plaguing Windows 10 devices lately and causing some blank tiles to appear when clicking the Start button.
Optional update in Windows Update
But at the same time, there’s also a welcome fix for an accident occurring the Settings app. As some Windows 10 version 1809 users discovered hard way, when changing themes within the operating-system, the Settings app itself crashed. In some cases, this made changing themes very difficult, as the modifications didn’t apply because of the crash.
Cumulative update KB4520062 also resolves a bug resulting in high power consumption for any device in Connected Standby, which is certainly a welcome improvement for Windows 10 users on laptops. Figuring out what causes the battery drain such conditions is actually hard, so make sure you install this update to ascertain if battery life of your device is improved.
Microsoft says exactly the same update also addresses other smaller glitches hitting Bluetooth when utilizing certain audio profiles for extended periods or the printing interface in Ie whenever users make an effort to print a webpage.
You will find three known issues in cumulative update KB4520062, but all of them happen to be there for quite some time in the previous updates.
Cumulative update KB4520062 is offered as optional, which means you have to manually look for updates in Windows Update to get it.