Today, Microsoft has rolled out the second set of cumulative / security update in the month of February 2020. Windows 10 v1809, v1803, v1709, and v1607 have received the patches for .Net framework 4.8. Additionally, Windows 10 1809 has gained KB4537480 for the older version .Net Framework 3.5.
As usual, you are able to install .Net framework Cumulative Updates Windows 10 February 25 2020 automatically on all the versions. Below are the changelog and list of patches –
.Net Framework Update Windows 10 25 February 2020
Here is the list of .Net Framework Update Windows 10 25 February 2020 –
|KB4537480||Windows 10 1809||Release note|
|KB4537479||Windows 10 1803||Release note|
|KB4537478||Windows 10 1709||Release note|
|KB4537477||Windows 10 1607||Release note|
Here are the changelog and List of .Net Framework Update 25 February 2020 –
25/02/ 2020 patch KB4537480 for Windows 10 v1809 comprises cumulative reliability improvements in .NET 4.8 and 3.5. See Quality and improvements –
.Net Framework Update Windows 10 25 February 2020 Quality and reliability improvements
|CLR||Approach a problem with occasional deadlock or crashes that could happen if a garbage collection occurs. The issue takes place when another thread is executing NGen’ed code which implements the initial call into a static method. This is done under the same module where one or more parameter types engage type-forwarded value types.
Common Language Runtime addresses rare crashes that could occur if Server Garbage Collection is enabled. A GC occurs while another thread is executing NGen’ed code which is making the initial call into NGen’ed code in a 2nd module where one or more parameter types engage value types defined in a 3rd module.
The Runtime focuses on the problem of a crash that could happen in certain configurations that involve either multi-group machines or hot-added CPUs. In this, per-group CPU count is not consistent across all groups.
Focuses on rare crash that can take place during the first call that native code makes into the managed portion of a mixed-mode DLL.
|Workflow||– Works on an accessibility problem where text inside a Windows Workflow Foundation Visual Basic Editor would don’t use the right colors in high contrast themes.|
|Winforms||Addresses interaction between hosting WinForms app and WPF user control when using keyboard input.
Works on a problem getting accessible objects for “PropertyGridView ComboBox property” items – adding the verification for item existence and validity.
Winforms focuses on a “WinForms” ComboBox control re-initialization in AD FS MMC UI problem.
|WCF2||Windows Communication Foundation works on a problem that occurs when using the WCFNetTcp binding. In case, a client fails to respond during the connection handshake, sometimes a service will use the binding receive timeout instead of the open timeout. This patch confirms that the correct open timeout is used throughout the entire handshake.|
CLR refers to Common Language Runtime.
WCF indicates Windows Communication Foundation.