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    Windows 10 Build 19043.1110 is now available, download offline installers

    The sixth cumulative update now launches into Windows 10 V21H1, 20H2 and 2004. Patch is available through Windows Update (WU), WSUS catalog and Microsoft Update. Microsoft has also published a direct download link for Windows 10 KB5004237 offline installer.

    KB5004237 is a mandatory update with the protection of Printnightmare vulnerability and other critical bugs. Even though it is a patch of security, it comes with non-security patches too, especially when you haven’t installed an optional preview update released last month.

    For those who use the 21H1 version, Microsoft launches Windows 10 Build 19043.1110 and is equipped with repairs to the problem of opaque task blades. Windows 10 version 20H2 gets the same update, but will advance the OS to Windows 10 Build 19042.1110 instead. For them on May 2020 updates (version 2004), they will begin to build 19041.1110.

    On supported devices, you will see the following patches when you check updates:

    2021-07 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 20H2 for x64-based Systems (KB5004237)

    Download Links for Windows 10 KB5004237

    Windows 10 KB5004237 Direct Download Links: 64-bit and 32-bit (x86).

    To download updates using Microsoft Update Catalog, simply open the above link and locate the Windows 10 edition/version applied to your desktop. You can find your device configuration by visiting Settings > System > About. Once you’ve located the correct edition/version, click on the “Download” button.

    The download button will open a new window with a .msu link and you can paste it into another tab to start the download.

    Windows 10 KB5004237 (Build 19043.1110) Full Changelog

    Key highlights:

    1. News and Interests blurry widget has been fixed.
    2. Broken taskbar and system tray icons bug has been fixed.
    3. Microsoft has fixed performance issues caused by March/April update.
    4. PrintNightmare bug has been fixed.
    5. Printing issue has been fixed.

    Because you might be aware, Windows 10’s latest monthly security update has a problem with the taskbar. This problem was first reported after Microsoft supports the news and interests for everyone, and it affects users who run updates 2021 May, October 2020 updates and updates in May 2020, and version 1909 (version 1909).

    According to Microsoft reports and documentation, the news button and interest in the Windows taskbar may have opaque text. Besides opaque text, icons may not make it correctly for other applications, such as To-Do, Chrome, EDGE, etc.

    Although it did not mention repairs to the damaged taskbar icon bug in a release note, in our test we observed that Microsoft finally patched this bug. For those who did not realize, the taskbar bug also damaged the system tray icon, including the notification center and a calendar flyout.

    The affected user reports that the task bar icon can be fully lost due to train updates, impacting the performance of several applications and Windows 10 features, such as voice and notifications.

    On July 12, Microsoft has not officially acknowledged the problem of the taskbar, but if you have this problem, installing cumulative updates today must help.

    If you continue to have a taskbar problem, you can change the location of the taskbar and move it to the top of the screen. Or you can also play with settings> Systems> Display> Arrangement settings. For example, make sure you use the ‘suggested’ option for your scaling settings.

    You can also try to reactivate news feed and interest.

    Performance issues

    With current security updates, Microsoft finally fixes a bug that causes frame rate problems for PC gamers. The problem comes from the security update released in March, with some users reporting that they see the lower levels and frames than expected.

    Some users fix this by installing recent cumulative updates and the others play back to longer versions.

    Windows 10 Build 19043.1110 Cumulative updates finally discussed many game problems that affect the latest Windows version. Microsoft has also fixed a problem that can produce a blue screen (BSOD) for some users.

    According to official release records, Microsoft did not know new problems, but we will update this article if we find new important bugs.

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