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‘Windows 10 19H2’- cumulative update by Microsoft to fix the past errors

Windows 10 19H2

Microsoft has released the second Windows 10 19H2-preview build, and just as the company proclaimed earlier this month, it comes in the form of a cumulative update.

Windows have been in reports for the complaint issued by the consumers for a long time with consecutive two updates failure i.e. KB4501375 and KB4507453. Windows may have found the ultimate update to fix all the past errors occurred.

Windows 19H2 build 18362.10005 is made available for slow ring insiders as cumulative update KB4508451 on Windows Update. It includes all the fixes that were part of cumulative update KB4507453 for Windows 10 May 2019 Update, but it also adds several different improvements.

Microsoft Aims to impress Users with a High-performance rate

Microsoft stated that beginning with this build; primarily Windows containers require a matched host and container version. Then, the cumulative update contains a fix precisely aimed at OEMs who want to reduce inking expectancy. Microsoft is making inking a big deal in Windows 10, with this update the company hopes it should help manufacturers, and then end users to squeeze every little drop of performance from their styluses.

New Features are turned Off by Default.

Microsoft also explained the new enhancements added to BitLocker in this new update. “Key-rolling or Key-rotation feature enables secure rolling of Recovery passwords on MDM managed AAD devices upon on-demand request from in-tune/MDM tools or upon every time recovery password is used to unlock the BitLocker protected drive. This feature will help prevent accidental recovery password disclosure as part of manual BitLocker drive unlock by users.”

Lastly, third party assistants like Alexa can work even when the screen is locked in this new update, which means you do not have to unlock the device to use them.

However, the new features are currently disabled and Microsoft plans to roll out these features gradually to the users. There are chances that not everybody will receive the new features when these cumulative updates ship on Windows Update. This will help them gain better feedback on overall build quality. Microsoft plans to quickly follow up with another 19H2 that turns these features on for a subset of Insiders and proceed from there feedback and quality.