For the yet-to-be-supported version of Windows 10, Microsoft has launched a series of cumulative updates during this month’s Patch Tuesday event. As usual, this update is a security-only update and does not include other improvements. It is important to note that Windows 10 PCs automatically download the cumulative update, but users can decide when to install it.
Windows 10 May 2019 received a cumulative update of KB4524570, with the version number rising to Build 18362.476 after installation, a notable improvement on the repair of Lockdown Lockdown Subsystem may not be able to filter keyboard input problems properly. As usual, users can go to Windows Update to check for updates, or go to Microsoft’s Update Catalog for a manual download installation.
Windows 10 KB4524570 Direct Download Link: 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit
As mentioned above, this cumulative update fixes a problem with Keyboard Lockdown Subsystem. The update also provides security improvements for some Intel processors and Intel Transactional Dynamics Extensions.
Build 18362.476 also for Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer Windows Kernel, Windows App Platform and Frameworks, Windows Virtualiza Action, Windows Datacenter Networking, Windows Cryptography, Microsoft JET Database Engine, Microsoft Scripting Engine and Windo ws Linux provides security improvements.
Microsoft explained in the change log that Windows 10 versions 1903 and 1909 share a common set of core components and the same files. Therefore, the improvements included in the monthly update to Windows 10 version 1909 will also apply to version 1903.
November 2019 is currently available as an enablepack, which is the “main switch” for version 1909 on the May 2019 update. Microsoft says it is aware of a known issue in this release that affects PCs during the Out-of-the-Box Experience (OOBE), which may not be able to create local users using IME.