December Patch Tuesday Event: Windows 10 v1909 Rises Build 18363.535

It’s time to patch Windows 10. In the December 2019 Patch Tuesday event, Microsoft released a new round of cumulative updates for Windows 10 November 2019 and previous feature updates, version 1909 post-installation version number Build At 18363.535, May 2019 (Version 1903) rose to Build 18362.535.

December Patch Tuesday Event: Windows 10 v1909 Rises Build 18363.535

It is important to note that the cumulative updates received by Windows 10 November 2019 and May 2019 are actually exactly the same, with the main fixes as follows

Fixes an issue that may have caused error 0x3B in cldflt.sys on some devices.

Fixes an issue where theChinese input method editor (IME) used to create a local user account is used. This issue occurs when you set up a new Windows device during initial setup (OOBE).

Security updates for Windows Virtual, Windows Kernel, the Microsoft Scripting Engine and Windows Server

Microsoft did not disclose any known issues in the update log, so we expect the vast majority of Windows 10 users to upgrade smoothly. If you’re still using the Windows 10 October update (Version 1809), the version number after installing the latest cumulative update rises to Build 17763.914, as follows

Fixes a situation where diagnostic data settings on the device are enabled and set to Basic, and there may be problems with the diagnostic data processing process

Fixes an issue where the Microsoft Store may not open on Windows 10 On ARM devices

Security updates for Windows Virtualization, Windows Kernel, Windows Peripherals, The Microsoft Scripting Engine, and Windows Server.

For Windows 10 Enterprise and Education users, this month’s Patch Tuesday event also provides cumulative updates for Windows 10 versions 1803, 1709, 1703, 1607, and 1507. You review the release notes on the Microsoft Support website for more details about these updates.

In addition, today Windows 10 Mobile received the last cumulative update, announcing that Microsoft’s mobile operating system officially exited the historical stage.

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