The cumulative update KB4464455 for Windows 10 v1809 Build 17763.107 is rolled out by Microsoft. This patch contains a decent range or workarounds to the common problems. November 13, 2018 path fixes the common issues of the Camera app, Internet Explorer, network connections and so on.
You can download KB4464455 Windows 10 1809 Build 17763.107 manually directly from Microsoft Update Catalog. As an alternative, you can also grab the same through Windows Update.
KB4464455 Windows 10 1809 Build 17763.107
- The release of KB4464455 carries quality advancements for the operating system and does not introduce any new features in this update.
- Microsoft and the team deal with the problem that incorrectly indicates that the user policies have not been applied. This happens after configuring the user rights Group Policy setting. Furthermore, it also resolves the reporting tools like “RSOP.MSC or Gpresult.exe /h” do not display the user rights policies or show a red X instead.
- KB4464455 focuses on the trouble that reduces the performance of Internet Explorer. It degrades when you use roaming profiles moreover even when you don’t use the Microsoft Compatibility List.
- The updated time zone information issue is bypassed with the release of this patch.
- On certain servers, a black screen issue occurs after turning on the display. So, the team resolves this issue as well.
- Moving on, the patch also takes care of the problem that takes a long delay in capturing a picture using the Camera app in special lighting conditions.
- The cumulative update KB4464455 focuses an issue with vSwitch on network interface cards (NIC). It does not support Large Send Offload (in short LSO) as well as Checksum Offload (or CSO).
- Another trouble that leads applications to lose IPv4 connectivity when IPv6 is unbound is fixed here in this update.
- The team fixes one more issue that generally breaks the connectivity on guest VMs on the server when apps inject the low-resource flag on packets.
Known Issues in KB4464455 Windows 10 1809 Build 17763.107
|After installing KB4464455, certain users fail to assign Win32 program defaults for some applications. Furthermore, they cannot set file type combinations using the Open with… command or Settings => Apps => Default apps.||In certain situations, an attempt to assign application defaults again will get success.
|A few Win32 programs or Microsoft Notepad fail to be set as the default in some scenarios.||Microsoft is making an attempt to resolve and estimates a proper solution in the late November 2018.|
How to Get KB4464455 Windows 10 1809 Build 17763.107
For your OS, Microsoft strongly suggests you install the latest “servicing stack update” (in short SSU). This is important to do before you install the “latest cumulative update” (or LCU). Basically, SSUs enhance the reliability of the update process which eventually mitigates potential problems while you install the LCU.
However, if you are using Windows Update, then the latest SSU KB4465477 will be offered to you all by itself. But you can also grab the stand-alone package for this SSU, you should visit Microsoft Update Catalog.
Install this update
To download as well as install this patch, first, you need to open Windows Settings app and to do so hit “Win + I” shortcut keys.
Choose Update & security.
On the following page, click Check for updates button on the right pane.
Additionally, to have the stand-alone package for this KB4464455 Windows 10 1809 Build 17763.107, visit the Microsoft Update Catalog website right away.