Microsoft reveals a new cumulative update KB4524147 for Windows 10 1903 users on 3rd October. This is basically a security patch that takes the existing OS to build 18362.388 and expands the out-of-band update dated September 23, 2019. It rectified a printing issue that some users reported to have experienced in the previous build. Furthermore, this update comprises the Internet Explorer scripting engine security vulnerability (CVE-2019-1367) mitigation.
Users are granted to grab this patch using Windows Update or Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) automatically. Microsoft technician recommends you to install this update quickly and then restart your PC to fully apply the mitigations. Besides, like all cumulative updates, this update replaces any preceding update.
Note – This patch does not supersede the forthcoming October 2019 monthly update. It will release on October 8, 2019.
General Fixes and Improvements on KB4524147
Here, we discuss the key changes and improvements that came along with Build 18362.388.
- Microsoft team works upon an intermittent issue with the print spooler service that may cause print jobs to fail. Some apps may close or produce errors. For example – The remote procedure call (RPC) error.
- The tech community resolves an issue that may result in an error when you install Features On Demand (FOD), such as .Net 3.5. The error is –
The changes couldn’t be complete. Please reboot your computer and try again. Error code: 0x800f0950
Known Issue – KB4524147
Till now, the company is not aware of any known issues on this Thursday security update.
How to get this cumulative Update
We suggest you execute the current SSU on your PC before downloading this security patch KB4524147. The latest servicing stack for this patch is KB4515383.
Windows Update section will notify you about this cumulative update through a message in the notification panel. You may download the standalone package manually as well through the Update Catalog.
Alternatively, navigate to the following address and hit Check for Updates button.
Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update
Source – Microsoft Update Catalog.