Microsoft Windows 10 version 1809 has been under a lot of criticism and the company has been working tirelessly to fix the issues. In another attempt to fix the issues faced by Windows 10 version 1809 users, Microsoft has re-issued a cumulative update KB 4469342 for the version 1809. The tech giant had released the cumulative update earlier at the start of the month.
⚙️📋Windows 10 Ver 1809, #October2018Update, Server 2019 #LTSC / Server #ACore Ver. 1809 #SAC -> RTM Build 17763.1.rs5_release.180914-1434 and later builds + refresh #CumulativeUpdate Ver. 2 #KB4469342 in #ReleasePreviewRing = OSBuild 17763.167.rs5_release_svc_prod3.181119-1729 pic.twitter.com/R3sLLGbpSD
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The new update rolled out by Microsoft is targeted to fix some of the issues that were not fixed earlier on. There has no official announcement from the company itself regarding the new update and we will get more news for you on this once we get an official announcement. The new update that has been released is available only to the Insiders that are enrolled with the Release Preview wing.
It is still not clear what bugs and issues are being faced in this cumulative update by Microsoft, but once you update the Windows the version number will change from the current 17763.167 to 17763.165. It is expected that Microsoft will start to roll out the new update for all the users by the end of this week. The process for users will start once the company is done testing the update on the Insiders rolled with Release Preview wing.
It is expected that Microsoft will continue to roll out more updates in order to address the issues that users are facing with the latest Windows 10 version. A lot of issues have been addressed by the company but there are a lot of others issues that need to be addressed. But the majority of such issues have not yet been confirmed by Microsoft themselves.
The most recent issue that users have faced is the breaking down of Media player after the updates. Once users install the update, they are unable to see the seek bar of the Media Player while playing certain files.