Microsoft releases optional Cumulative update KB4568831 for Windows 10 2004 version


Microsoft releases optional Cumulative update KB4568831 for Windows 10 2004 version users

If you are a Windows user then you would be knowing that Microsoft released it’s Windows 10 May 2020 aka 2004 update on 27 May. The company released the major update after 6 months of previous major update 1909. Meanwhile, the users have faced multiple bugs and errors in the current 2004 update that broke disk storage, printer ports, network connection, NVIDIA, and much more. The company has been actively solving the issues however, the errors have not stopped popping.

Microsoft has just released a new cumulative update for Windows 10 version 2004, which is an optional release that’s offered as a preview of the next Patch Tuesday cycle. Windows 10 cumulative update KB4568831 can be installed on Windows 10 May 2020 Update aka 2004 with the OS build to 19041.423.

As many of you still await Windows 10 May 2020 aka 2004 Update or struggle with compatibility problems, the OS has finally received fixes for two major bugs that have been plaguing users in recent times. The company says that the optional update resolves problems with Bluetooth Realtek drivers for connecting multiple devices such as a mouse, keyboard, or headset at the same time. In addition, another bug has been fixed to re-enable support for variable refresh rate on Intel GPUs.

The optional Cumulative update KB4568831 also resolves a bug that’s hitting a number of devices upgraded to Windows 10 version 2004 and which blocks them from connecting to the Internet using a cellular modem. It also fixes File Explorer flaw crashes UWP (Universal Platform Apps) unexpectedly and this occurs when the app attempts to restart File Explorer using Restart Manager.

The company has also been addressing problems with Microsoft Word and Excel. Whereas it has also fixed an issue with pasting images and text from Word into Internet Explorer and another bug where Excel might stop working when you use Windows’ built-in Magnifier tool.

The company also said that the printing bug, which was shipped accidentally with June 2020 patch, was also been fixed for printers including Ricoh models and also Brother. The additional fixes included in this patch should improve the connectivity between printers and Windows.

Also, there are multiple minor bugs and errors that are fixed in this update. You can download the update directly from here. For more news on tech and cybersecurity stay tuned on Android Rookies by subscribing to our newsletter from here.


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