In the evening, Microsoft released a new overall update to preview Windows 10 version 1909 with an overall update for Windows 10 version 1909. Non-security update KB5005103 for Windows 10 version 1909 and Windows Server version 1909 only contains bug fixes: Microsoft lists 22 bugs in the updated update history fixed in this update. Support for Windows 10 Home, Pro, Pro Education, Pro Workstations and IoT Core will be discontinued on May 11, 2021, so this update will only be available for Windows 10 Enterprise, Education and IoT Enterprise. From October 2021, there will no longer be any preferences or non-security releases for Windows 10 version 1909. Overall monthly security updates are only regularly available. The update brings the Windows 10 version 1909 to OS Built-in 18363.1766 and can also be downloaded from the Windows Update or Microsoft Update and Microsoft Update list. To download and install the update, go to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Area There are custom updates You can find the link to download and install it. More information about this update for Windows 10 can be found below or through Microsoft.
Download -> Download the KB5005103 update for Windows 10
You can download KP5005103 for Windows 10 directly from Microsoft here:
August 26, 2021 -KB5005103 (OS Built 18363.1766) Preview
This security non-upgrade includes quality improvements. Major changes include:
- Updates an issue that prevents Windows Movies and TV apps from playing certain videos (.mp4 files).
- An issue with resetting sync for Microsoft OnDrive only updates to “known folders” after you install Windows Update.
- Windows 10 Servicing Stack Update – 18363.1766: This update makes quality improvements to the servicing stock, the component that installs Windows updates. Service Stack Updates (SSU) ensures that you have a strong and reliable servicing stock so that your devices can receive and install Microsoft updates.
Download -> Download Microsoft Security Updates for August 2021
Security updates for August 2021 can now be downloaded:
More information about KB5005103 for Windows 10 can be found here Microsoft.
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