Microsoft today began shipping its fourth round of Windows 10 cumulative updates for September, bringing another batch of fixes to PCs on the April 2018 and Fall Creators updates (via Neowin). If you were paying close attention to the last round of update, however, things may look a little familiar here. The reason? They’re a reissue of the fixes Microsoft released on September 20. From Microsoft: This update has been re-released because of a missing solution. If you installed build 17134.319, please install this newer version of OS build 17134.320. Microsoft uses the same wording for the Fall Creators Update release, but with references to build numbers 16299.697 and 16299.699. Here’s a look at all of the included fixes: April 2018 Update (KB4458469) Addresses an issue that causes the prompt “You’ll need a new app to open” to appear. This occurs when reloading a website on a non-standard port by pressing Enter . Addresses an issue that causes downloads to fail because Mark of the Web (MOTW) isn’t supported at the download location. Addresses an issue that prevents the DefaultSearchProvider policy from working when the FirstRunPage policy is in use. Addresses issue that causes the address bar to lose focus… Read full this story
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