While Microsoft is still busy getting Windows 10 version 1809 ready for re-release after what can only be described as anything but a clean launch, it released an update for the current main version of Windows 10, Windows 10 version 1803.
The cumulative update KB4462933 replaces all previous updates installed for that particular version of Windows 10. System administrators should see the update already on Windows Update, WSUS and other Microsoft Update related services.
Note: While it may be tempting to install the update right away, we suggest you wait at least some days before you do so unless you have a proper backup in place or tested the update extensively before deployment on production machines.
Note 2: If you install updates manually, you need to install the latest servicing stack update first on the machine before you install KB4462933 as the update will fail otherwise. The update can be downloaded from Microsoft's Update Catalog website.
KB4462933 is a big update that includes dozens of fixes but no security updates. The update brings the build of the operating system to version 17134.376 when it is installed on a device.
Here is what is changed and fixed by KB4462933:
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