With the recent release of the new Windows 10 feature update 20H2, not many users have updated their Windows 10 systems to the latest and are still using Windows 10 version 1909. However, Microsoft has promised to release security updates for the older versions of the Windows 10 operating system until 18 months from the release date.
Microsoft has released the new cumulative update which includes some security bug fixes for Windows 10 version 1909 with KB4601315 offline installers is now available to download from Microsoft Update Catalog. The KB4601315 offline installers include February 2021 Patch Tuesday release.
Meanwhile, for those who are using the latest Windows 10 20H2 or 2004 build, Microsoft has released different update patch Build 19042.804 that also includes random bug fixes, like improvements for the app switcher.
2021-02 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1909 for x64-based Systems (KB4601315) will address the following problems:
- Addresses an issue where lock screen stops responding when you wake up the device from sleep or hibernate state.
- Addresses an issue ‘Extract all’ option doesn’t work when you right-click on the shortcut icon pinned to the desktop.
How to download Windows 10 KB4601315
- Visit Microsoft Update Catalog page.
- Search for KB4601315 or Click here to land on the page directly.
- Download the appropriate Cumulative Update for Windows file for version 1909 depending on the version of Windows 10 running on your system
- 2021-02 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 20H2 for x64-based Systems (KB4601315)
- Once the file has been downloaded, Launch the update by double-clicking on it.
- Wait for the update to apply
- At last, Restart your system
- Uninstall Notes: This software update can be removed by selecting View installed updates in the Programs and Features Control Panel.
Changelog for Windows 10 KB4601315 (Build 18363.1377)
- The update has fixed unknown security issues with input devices such as a mouse, keyboard, or pen
- includes unknown security fixes for ‘verifying usernames and passwords.’
- includes security fixes for Windows apps, Windows Input, Windows Management, Virtualization, Frameworks and Windows Fundamentals too.
- it has finally resolved an issue where JumpList items stop working.
- Bud fixed where the system crashes unexpectedly because of exception code error in LSASS.exe.
- Patched the issue where the target app crashes when you select the ‘Copy link’ option on the Share menu, which can be accessed using supported apps like Edge.
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