Microsoft has released a new cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1803 (April 2018 Update), and it brings a ton of fixes and performance improvements.
Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4467682
Cumulative update KB4467682 increases the OS build. Number to 17134.441 and comes with all kinds of refinements, including for bugs in the Start menu, File Explorer, or hitting precision touch pads.
For example, this update corrects a bug that was causing missing URL shortcuts in the Start menu, which also resolving an issue that bypassed a policy to prevent users from uninstalling apps from the Start menu. After installing KB4467682, users should no longer be able to remove apps from the Start menu if this policy is enabled.
Additionally, File Explorer no longer working after pressing the “Turn on” button for the Timeline feature should be corrected now.
Two known issues
Microsoft has also included fixes for the file associations bug that made the rounds several times lately, and the company says it has also addressed an issue that prevented the connection to older devices.
“Addresses an issue that prevents some users from connecting to some older devices, such as printers, over WiFi because of the introduction of multi cast DNS (mDNS). If you did not experience device connectivity issues and prefer the new mDNS functionality, you can enable mDNS by creating the following registry key:
“HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftWindows NTAncient mDNSEnabled (Sword) = 1,” the company explains in the official release notes.
You can find the entire change log in the box after the jump to see everything that’s changed in this cumulative update.
There are two different known issues in this cumulative update, both of them inherited from the previous update.
KB4467682 may cause.ET Framework issues and break down the seek bar in Windows Media Player. In both cases, the software giant says it is working on a resolution and a further update to fix these bugs would be released at a later time.