Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 overall update KB4598291. It reaches the next patch Tuesday approach scheduled for next week.
KB4598291 is offered on an optional basis. Conducts giant tests to ensure everything works as expected during the big monthly maintenance in February. This update is for computers running Windows 10 2004 and 20H2. It comes with a long list of bug fixes.
One of them refers to the problem of preventing the opening of a document stored on the desktop. At the same time if a game starts in full screen or tablet mode we have a fix for device crash. Similarly, a bug has been fixed that indicates that some PCs running Windows 10 Education are no longer active.
Finally Microsoft Advertising Resolved the issue of triggering the Alt + Tab interface to switch to another window. Finally, the “Extract All” option is available again for online archives.
Windows 10 and KB4598291, two known issues
There are two known and unresolved issues with this update. They are not new. First Certificates. The software company announces that the certificates will disappear following the upgrade. Installing the most recent version of Windows 10 may cause this crash.
This issue arises from previous overall updates released by the company. In detail these are the updates for September 2020 and the most recent. Computer and user credentials can be lost in this environment. Microsoft explains
“System and user credentials may be lost when updating a device from Windows 10 v1809 or newer to one of the latest versions of Windows 10. This can happen if the update is provided by an outdated channel or media through an administrative tool such as Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) or the Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager.
KB4598291 Available through the Windows Update Service. It is offered on an optional basis. You must manually intervene to trigger its download and installation.