Microsoft has finally rolled out another cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1809 (October 2018 Update), nearly every thirty days after the previous release that landed during the November Patch Tuesday.
Windows 10 cumulative update KB4469342 has been in beta testing for a little bit, and after being tried and tested by Windows insiders, it's now available for everyone running version 1809 from Windows Update additionally the Microsoft Update Catalog.
There are a lot fixes within this update, and Microsoft has resolved several known bugs in Windows 10 version 1803, such as a brightness issue that reset users' preferences in case the system rebooted.
Microsoft moreover addressed the file associations issue in the October update, and then a similar fix must really be released to the other Windows 10 versions, including April 2018 Update, relating to the next Patch Tuesday on December 11.
"Two known issues"
There's improvements for enterprise users, including for Microsoft Intune. The retailer explains:
"Addresses something with Microsoft Intune which causes devices as incorrectly marked as not compliant web site firewall incorrectly returns a 'Poor' status. For this reason, the affected devices cannot receive conditional access compliance approval that will be blocked from access to corporate resources which can include email."
There are two known issues through this cumulative update, each have been there in the last Windows 10 updates too. One affects Windows Media Player and hides the seek bar, utilizing a fix coming in a month's time. The other one allows for crashes in Microsoft Edge simply because NVIDIA drivers, and new software to unravel it has been released.
This cumulative update improves the OS build number to 17763.168. To ascertain if KB4469342 installed correctly, you can easlily verify the OS expand on your system by typing winver within a Start menu. Also, search in the Windows Update History to check the installation status.