Microsoft Has Released A New Cumulative Update For Windows 10

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Operating on more than 1 billion active devices with the Windows 10 operating system, Microsoft has released a new update. The new update for Windows 10 has resolved many issues that users are facing.

In the past days, we have told you that Windows 10 is used on more than 1 billion active devices. If you are using one of these billion devices, you may want to install the new cumulative update released by Microsoft.

With the optional update KB4541331, which Microsoft released for Windows 10 version 1809, some errors such as printing problems are fixed. You need to install this update manually, which will upgrade your operating system to Windows 10 Build 17763.1131.

What’s new with the update:
The problem that occurred when printing the document source has been fixed.
Fixed the registration issue read using the OpenEventLogA () function.
Fixed the oxEF error that could occur when updating Windows 10 version 1809.
Non-ASCII file path support has been improved for Microsoft Defender ATP Auto IR.
Fixed an issue that prevented some devices from successfully running Microsoft Defender ATP Threat & Vulnerability Management.
Fixed an issue that prevented Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) from automatically going to sleep in some cases due to Auto Incident Response (IR).
Fixed high CPU usage issue on Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) servers that occurred while the backgroundCacheRefreshEnabled feature was in use.
Fixed an issue that prevented users without multi-factor authentication from accessing third-party apps from getting lost and SAML errors.
Performance has been improved for all token requests from ADFS, including 0Auth, Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), WS-Federation, and WS-Trust.
You can find all the other innovations and bug fixes that come with the US-based technology giant Microsoft’s KB4541331 update here.