Windows 10 KB4565349 is now rolling out to systems with version 1809 via Windows Update. As usual, Microsoft has also uploaded the direct links at Update catalog for offline installers. Since today is the second Tuesday of the month of August, the company brings the security-patches for other Windows 10 versions as well. You may visit the Complete Cumulative Updates Catalog page to view the full list of recent patches.
There are a few known bugs on this release as well to which the experts have provided temporary solutions. Let’s explore the fixes and key improvements in detail –
KB4565349 – Key Features
The key changes on the KB4565349 cumulative update are as follows –
- Makes the browsing over Internet Explorer and Edge legacy version more secure.
- Improves Windows Security while performing basic operations.
- Update the security of Input devices and office Products.
- Verifying Usernames and Passwords is now more secured.
- Updates for storing and managing files.
Download Links for Windows 10 KB4565349
Here are the direct links to download the latest Build OS for Windows 10 version 1809 –
Tip: Make sure to download and install the respective SSU before proceeding to the below links.
If you don’t want to go for the direct links rather wait for the system to pick this security-patch, follow these simple steps –
- Click Win+I altogether to start the Settings app.
- Select Update & Security thereafter Windows Update on the subsequent screen.
- Head over to the right pane and click “Check for Updates“.
This system will automatically look for any pending updates over the Microsoft servers and if available any, pings back the same. If you haven’t set your PC to use “set as metered connection”, this starts downloading as well.
Known Issues on KB4565349
You may encounter the following two bugs after upgrading to the Build OS 17763.1397 –
- 0x800f0982 – PSFX_E_MATCHING_COMPONENT_NOT_FOUND: To correct this, reach out to the Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Get started. Make sure to check the “keep my Files” box while resetting your PC. Sometimes, simple uninstalling then reinstalling the recently added language packs also solve this bug.
- 0x80704006 if you are still using the Microsoft Edge legacy version: To solve this, Microsoft has laid out four different approaches and they are –
- Move to New Edge
- Install Internet Explorer 11
- Upgrade Windows 10 to the latest version
- Configure the website to use a standard port on the server-side
To view the full list of latest changes and improvements, read the Release Note.