On 21st Sept 2021, Windows 10 version 1909 receives a new cumulative update “KB5005624” upgrading the Build OS to 18363.1830. Since this is a non-security patch update, installing it is not mandatory. However, we recommend installing this update as it contains quality fixes and improvements.
The new bug fixes will have a huge impact on your system’s ability to perform basic as well as complex operations. Let’s see what’s new came with this cumulative update and decide yourself if you want to go for this non-security patch.
Here are the key changes that will occur after installing this cumulative update on your Windows 10 1909 PC –
- Earlier when you restart your PC (fast startup), the NumLock key turns off automatically. They have resolved this issue on Build 18363.1830.
- There is now no limitation of 25 maximum Traffic Selectors in the Windows native Internet Key Exchange (IKE) client and server.
- Works upon an issue that results in blurry News and interests icons when you use certain screen resolutions. This also fixes News and interests appearing on the context menu when you disabled it on your device.
- Resolves an anomaly that causes LogonUI.exe to stop working because Direct Manipulation fails to start.
- Windows apps will not lose focus now even when the taskbar doesn’t remain at the bottom of the screen.
- Admins now have the option to reset the zoom to the default for HTML dialogs in Microsoft Edge Internet Explorer mode.
- You may take enrollment to mobile device management (MDM) service without worrying about the issue that always reports the update build revision (UBR) as zero (0).
- Improves the performance of MsSense.exe in environments with User Datagram Protocol (UDP) applications that require high amounts of bandwidth.
- Works upon an issue that causes the system time to be incorrect by one hour after a daylight saving time (DST) change.
- Fixes an issue that causes Windows to stop working if you deploy a Code Integrity policy without user mode rules.
- Addresses an issue that causes the LsaLookupSids() function to fail. This occurs when there are security identifiers (SID) for users that no longer exist in a group that contains cross-domain trusted users.
Other Fixes and Improvements
Apart from the above fixes and improvements, here are a few more keep coming from quite some time –
- Fixes issues that occur while resizing images. You may now resize images without worrying about flickering or residual line artifacts.
- No more paged pool memory leaks of the registry keys for the Virtual Desktop ID that occurs in explorer.exe.
- Resolves memory leak issues in lsass.exe when the “
pTokenPrivileges” buffer is not released.
- Fixes Enterprise Mode Site List issue that redirects URLs from Internet Explorer 11 to Microsoft Edge.
- Earlier, when lsass.exe stops processing asynchronous Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) calls, there occurs some leak. Microsoft addresses this issue with a non-paged pool (NPP) leak from the UxSF pool tag.
- Works upon a bug that restricts the xhunter1.sys driver from loading. Because of this, you might not be able to play some games running on Hypervisor-Protected Code Integrity (HVCI).
- Improves Input Method Editor instability issue while using some remote apps. To fix this issue, you must install the KB5005624 update.
- Implements a new group policy for the following registry –
Key: HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\Printers\PointAndPrint
How to Get this cumulative update
In case you haven’t restricted your PC from downloading cumulative updates, this should occur automatically. All you receive is a pop-up window stating “Restart your PC”. Well, do the same, and your Windows PC upgrades to OS Build 18363.1830.
If you have not got this non-security patch yet, reach out to the path below, and hit Check for updates –
Settings (Win + I) > Update & Security > Windows Update
Direct Download Links to KB5005624
If you love installing updates manually, click over the link matching your system architecture. Once you download the standalone package, double-click over it to begin the installation.
Note: The links above will work only if your system is already upgraded to July 13, 2021, SSU (KB5004748) update.
Known Issues on KB5005624
As per Microsoft, they are not aware of any issue with this non-security update.
Tip: If you are facing update, activation, or driver issues on your Windows PC, try RESTORO PC Repair Tool. This software will scan your device for potential issues and resolve them automatically.