The optional cumulative update (KB4598291) that earlier came for Windows 10 20H2 only is now available for all at the Windows Update history site. Apart from the known fixes and improvements that appear on Build 19042.782, Microsoft brings a few additional fixes for the general public on 19042.789.
KB4598291 optional update is now available for Windows 10 2004 users as well with an increase in their OS build number to 19041.789. To get the full list of recent security/non-security updates, visit Windows 10 Cumulative Updates Catalog.
Build 19042.789 Changelog
If you want to know about the previous improvements, features, or changes, have a look at Windows 10 20H2 Build 19042.782.
The new fixes are as follows –
- They resolved a bug associated with Microsoft Exchange accounts and some Surface Hub devices that originally appears after switching to Windows 10 version 20H2. Users reported receiving an error message that reads – “Something went wrong” appears, and the error code is 0x80131500“.
- Earlier, users were not able to get Windows updates while using an authenticated proxy. They use such proxies as a fallback for the sync service after the previous attempts of setting proxy fail.
- Windows 10 1703 users were not able to upgrade their operating systems to Windows 10 version 20H2. This problem was more specific to users on a Surface Hub device receiving an error message that says “Getting ready…”, and this message persists indefinitely.
Download and Install KB4598291 Optional Update
Make sure to first download and install the specific servicing stack update i.e. KB4598481. Once you apply this SSU on your device, go for any of the following methods –
1] Windows Update: Navigate to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. Click the “optional updates” link on the right pane and you will get a link to download and apply this non-security patch.
2] Update Catalog: This is more of a manual method as you need to first download the standalone package by visiting the official site. Once the download completes, double-click the setup file to apply this optional update to your computer.
Source – Windows 10 Update History site