Windows 10 version 1903 gets a new optional patch with build 18362.449
Microsoft has quite recently discharged another discretionary aggregate update for Windows 10 adaptation 1903. The new form 18362.449 (KB4522355) incorporates a great deal of value upgrades, including fixes for issues counteracting Start menu, the Cortana Search bar, Tray symbols, or Microsoft Edge to quit reacting in specific conditions.
You can locate an outline of the most significant fixes underneath, and the full rundown is accessible on Microsoft’s Windows bolster site:
- Updates an issue that averts Microsoft Narrator from working in certain touch mode situations.
- Updates an issue that starts assistive innovation (AT, (for example, Microsoft Narrator, Magnifier, or NVDA) in the wake of marking in when you’ve arranged it to begin before marking in.
- Updates an issue that makes Magnifier quit working in specific situations, and you need to restart it physically.
- Updates an issue that causes Microsoft Narrator to quit working in a session in specific situations.
- Updates an issue that may forestall a parchment bar from being chosen.
- Updates an issue that enables a device to rest (S3) regardless of whether you design the device to never rest.
- Updates an issue that keeps you from contracting a window now and again.
- Updates an issue that keeps you from interfacing with a virtual private system (VPN).
- Updates an issue that causes screen flashing or is delayed to show the screen when you show application thumbnails on a screen that has high dabs per inch (DPI).
- Updates an issue that causes the tile for the Photos application to seem bigger than anticipated in the Start menu under specific conditions.
- Updates an issue that makes the framework quit reacting at the sign-in screen.
- Updates an issue that may make a dark screen show up the first occasion when you sign in subsequent to introducing an element or quality update.
- Updates an issue that causes the Start menu, the Cortana Search bar, Tray symbols, or Microsoft Edge to quit reacting in specific situations in the wake of introducing a month to month update.
This most recent discretionary fix pursues the total updates for Windows 10 renditions 1809 and 1803 that Microsoft discharged a week ago on October 15. Microsoft doesn’t know about any known issues in the assemble 18362.449, and ideally the Start Menu bugs that a few clients have been experiencing in the wake of introducing past patches have now been fixed for good.