Microsoft released the accumulated update KB4512534 for its Windows 10 operating system version 1809 on August 17, 2019.
The update follows the release of KB4517297 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2,
KB4517298 for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 and KB4512494 for Windows 10 Version 1709, released by the company on August 16, 2019.
KB4512534 is available in Windows Update as a direct download on the Microsoft Update Catalog website and on WSUS for organizations.
Note : We recommend that you back up your system partition before installing updates on Windows machines. You can use free tools like Macrium Reflect or Paragon Backup & Recovery Free to do this.
Cumulative updates to the VB bug that Microsoft recognized shortly after the release of Patch Day in August 2019 Windows. The update also addresses the longstanding issue of the Preboot Execution runtime environment.
Here is the list of fixes and changes to the release:
- Fixed issue with Windows Hello does not work after restart.
- Improved reliability of push notifications for application deployment on devices with Microsoft HoloLens 1.
- Fixed issue with downloading DRM files from certain websites in Edge a IE.
- Fixed an issue that prevented Universal C Runtime Library from returning the correct values for global time zone variables.
- Fixed a Deployment Image Service and Management (DISM) problem that caused it to stop responding under certain conditions.
- Fixed a default keyboard problem affecting English in Cyprus (en-cy).
- I have fixed the Microsoft Edge Edition so that PDF documents with portrait and landscape pages are printed correctly.
- Fixed another issue with PDFs configured to open only once in Microsoft Edge.
- Address d performance issues for the Win32 subsystem and the Window Manager on the desktop.
- Fixed input and display of special character problem when application uses im32.dll.
- Addressed composition leak in UWP applications.
- Fixed memory leak in dwm.exe, which can lead to loss of functionality and cause the device to shut down.
- Fixed an auto-login problem that affected the Shift key.
- Fixed a problem with reporting in the class of the Windows Win32_PhysicalMemory management tool.
- Fixed issue preventing App-V applications from opening.
- Fixed a problem with user experience virtualization that prevented shutdown paths from working properly.
- Fixed a problem with Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection that caused the program to prevent others from accessing certain files.
- Fixed a problem that caused workstations to stop working when users logged in using an updated primary username.
- Fixed Windows Defender application A problem with the control of lacuna that prevented the loading of binaries from UWP applications.
- Fixed issue with a trusted platform module that prevented TPM devices from being used for next-generation certificates.
- Fixed issue causing container host applications to lose connectivity.
- Fixed issue that prevented some users from getting TTL value when added as members of Shadow Principals.
- Addressed a problem with the disabled attribute of the input element that does not allow reach
- Fixed a leakage problem in socket notifications for Windows that caused the operating system to leak from ports.
- Fixed issue with server edition authentication.
- Fixed a problem that can break the trust domain when the bin is configured in the trust domain.
- Increase the number of supported device interrupts to 512 on systems that have x2APIC activated.  Fixed issue for Recharge Environment.
- Fixed issue with VB.
Microsoft lists four known updates (up to six). All known problems are not new.
- Some operations with cluster shared volumes may fail.
- Errors on devices with some Asian language packages installed.
- Black screen on first login after release of update update.
- Applications and scripts that use the NetQueryDisplayInformation API or the WinNT vendor equivalent can only return 50 or 100 entries.
Now You : Have you installed the new update (s) that Microsoft released in August? What has been your experience so far?