Microsoft rolls cumulative update KB4522014 for Windows 10 1803 users which upgrade the existing OS to build 17134.1009. Besides, this is mainly a security patch that improves the functioning of Internet Explorer. Moreover, there are 4 issues on this release to which the company has provided a few temporary solutions.
The team is currently working on four different issues like – “0xC00000A5”, “15-5”, unresponsive IMEs, and a few others. As per sources, Microsoft is currently working on a resolution to these anomalies. Further, when they indeed discover a solution, they will bring the same on the next releases.
General Improvements and fixes on KB4522014
The Company brings the following changes on the KB4522014 cumulative update.
- Security updates to Internet Explorer.
Known issues in KB4522014
Here, are the key issues that appear on this Monday patch Update.
When Windows users perform operations like renaming of files and folders without having Admin rights, there may arise an error message that reads-
This often happens when you execute the above operations on a CSV owner node.
To mitigate this bug, follow any of the following two ways-
The company is investigating the issue that leads to a black screen on a few devices.
Primarily, this trouble arises when you try signing into your PC for the first time after installing the latest cumulative update.
To resolve the underlying cause, jointly press the Ctrl+Alt & Delete keys thereafter choose the Power button and hit Restart.
After installing KB4522014, users may get a “15-5” error message on Windows Mixed Reality Portal.
In some instances, the above universal windows platform app may report that the headset is sleeping. If you press “Wake up”, this might result in “no action”.
To fix this anomaly, simply follow these steps-
Some Input Method Editor (IME) starts consuming high CPU usage or even becomes unresponsive at times.
Some of the affected IMEs might include:
This bug may re-appear when the Handwriting Panel Service as well as Touch Keyboard are not configured to use default settings manually. To fix this issue, one should follow these easy steps-
Once you complete the above steps, the default service will be the TabletInputService. Succeeding this, IMEs should work exactly as we hoped for.
The experts are constantly working to bring a resolution to all the known issues. They will unleash the workarounds in an upcoming release (as soon as they develop one).
How to get this cumulative Update
Before downloading this security patch KB4522014, do run the current SSU on your PC. The latest servicing stack for this patch is KB4512576.
Furthermore, you will receive a default message notifying about this patch update on the Windows Update section. However, you can download its standalone package manually through the Update Catalog.
Additionally, users may navigate to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and hit Check for updates option.
Source – Microsoft Update Catalog.