Microsoft rolls out another cumulative update KB4530717 to provide additional protections against malicious attackers for Windows 10 1803. Along with some fixes and improvements, the December security update upgrades the existing OS to build 17134.1184. With this overview, they also improve the issues related to the Windows on Arm. Furthermore, a few known issues are available here, which they promise to work upon them in the upcoming days.
Users are able to download KB4530717 as an MSU file format from the Microsoft update catalog site. However, at some point, this will be installed by itself even if you don’t do anything. You can also access the complete patch list on Windows 10 Cumulative Updates. Go to the below section and explore the information related to fixes, improvements, and issues.
General Fixes and Improvements for KB4530717
This patch having Build 17134.1184 is actually a bug-fixing update that carries no new feature to the OS. Here are the key changes –
- Microsoft expert updates to improve security when Windows performs basic operations.
- The company enhances security when using external devices. For example – game controllers and web cameras.
- Alongside this, they improve security when using input devices. Such as – mouse, keyboard, or stylus.
Fixes and Improvements
- With build 17134.1184, Microsoft Store will not fail while opening on Windows on Arm.
- Microsoft provides security updates to the following –
The Microsoft Scripting Engine
How to get this update
Before applying the KB4530717 patch to your Windows 10 version 1803, make sure to first install the latest SSU i.e. KB4523203. This ensures the operating system gets updated smoothly and effectively.
Once you have applied the recent servicing stack, download and install the cumulative update for version 1809 from any of the following channels –
Method 1: Navigate to the below path and hit the Check for Updates button –
Settings (using Win+I) > Update & Security > Windows Update
Method 2: To get the standalone package for this update, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog website. Locate the file matching your system architecture and press the download button. When the download completes, you may double-click over the setup file to begin its installation.