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Microsoft Rilis Cummulative Update di Windows 10

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Kemarin, Microsoft telah merilis pembaruan untuk Cummulative Update bulan Juli 2023. Kini mereka baru saja merilis pembaruan lainnya untuk Windows 10, yang mana memang masih diberikan dukungan setelah diperpanjang kemarin.

Windows 10 22H2 merupakan versi terakhir dari Windows 10 yang mana masih mendapatkan dukungan untuk pembaruan terbaru dari Microsoft. Maka dari itu alasan mengapa saat ini masih menerima Cummulative Update bulan Juli karena memang masih diberikan dukungan.

Saat ini Microsoft memang merilis versi Cummulative Update yang mana bisa didapatkan langsung melalui Windows Update. Tetapi sayangnya di banyak negara pengguna hanya bisa diberikan akses untuk Offline Installer.

Di Indonesia sendiri kebanyakan memang hanya mengunduhnya melalui Offline Installer saja. Jadi bagi kamu yang mungkin tidak menemukannya di Windows Update bisa langsung mengunduhnya di sini.

“Windows 10 KB5028166 is now available for version 22H2, the last supported operating system version. This update is available for everyone and can be downloaded via Windows Update, but Microsoft has also published direct download links for Windows 10 KB5028166 offline installers.

KB5028166 for Windows 10 is a security patch, and it doesn’t have a lot of changes to mention, but it does come with plenty of bug fixes and a few improvements. For example, Microsoft is introducing many new features for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint in Windows 10 with today’s Patch Tuesday update.”

Pembaruan yang masuk ke dalam KB5028166 ini memang tidak membawa banyak perubahan penting, namun juga mendapatkan Known Issue terbaru. Salah satu fiturnya ialah Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.

Windows 10 Build 19045.320 doesn’t have a lot of changes. Still, there are plenty of bug fixes and notable tweaks, like the ability to authenticate across Microsoft’s services like OneDrive or Azure.

For some systems that rely on Chinese fonts, Microsoft says those devices should expect quality enhancement. Microsoft hasn’t revealed how Chinese fonts will look better on Windows 10, but the company says it has begun using GB18030-2022, designed to make Chinese fonts cleaner.

Windows 10’s July update has a lot of bug fixes, such as a fix for an issue where scheduled monthly tasks may not run on time during daylight savings. Another bug has been fixed that should improve the reliability of the Desktop Window Manager (DWM). Microsoft has also resolved issues affecting the Spooler service, the tib. sys driver.

Finally, a bug that led to Start menu crashes, broken Windows Search experience, or even a flawed approach to Azure AD authentication has been fixed.

The other bug fixes have nothing to do with the ‘consumer’ experience of Windows, but the release notes confirmed Microsoft had fixed an issue with the “Smart Card is Required for Interactive Logon” account option. A bug in the OS blocked users from connecting to Remote Desktop Services.

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