Microsoft fixes issues with Google Chrome on Windows 10 version 1803 with latest patch

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Microsoft yesterday released a new cumulative update for
devices running Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803).
The update bumps OS build number to 17134.137 and it introduces
a long list of fixes. According to the release notes, the
update also fixes Google Chrome crash issue.

It appears that Microsoft was aware of the crashing issues with
Google Chrome on Windows 10 April 2018 Update and deploying the
patch should fix this unexpected behaviour that occurred
for no clear reason.

“Addresses an issue that causes the latest versions of Google
Chrome (67.0.3396.79+) to stop working on some
devices,” Microsoft explains in the changelog.

Windows 10 cumulative update is all about bug fixes. The
update also resolves a glitch in Microsoft Edge that may
cause the browser to stop working when it starts the
download of a font from “malformed (not RFC compliant) URL”.

You can find the full changelog below.

  • Addresses an issue that causes the Video Settings HDR
    streaming calibration slider to stop working. This is caused by
    a conflict with the panel brightness intensity settings
    configured by certain OEMs.
  • Addresses streaming compatibility issues with certain live
    TV streaming content providers.
  • Addresses an issue where media content previously generated
    by Media Center doesn’t play after installing the Windows 10
    April 2018 update.
  • Addresses an issue in which SmartHeap didn’t work with
    UCRT.
  • Addresses performance regression in App-V, which slows many
    actions in Windows 10.
  • Addresses an issue that causes Appmonitor to stop working
    at logoff if the Settingstoragepath is set incorrectly.
  • Addresses an issue that causes Appmonitor to stop working
    at logoff, and user settings are not saved.
  • Addresses an issue where client applications running in a
    container image don’t conform to the dynamic port range.
  • Addresses an issue where the DNS server might stop working
    when using DNS Query Resolution Policies with a “Not Equal”
    (NE) condition.
  • Addresses an issue with T1 and T2 custom values after
    configuring DHCP failover.
  • Addresses an issue that causes the latest versions of
    Google Chrome (67.0.3396.79+) to stop working on some devices.
  • Addresses issues with the Remote Desktop client in which
    pop-up windows and drop-down menus don’t appear and
    right-clicking doesn’t work properly. These issues occur when
    using remote applications.
  • Addresses an issue that causes a connection failure when a
    Remote Desktop connection doesn’t read the bypass list for a
    proxy that has multiple entries.
  • Addresses an issue that may cause Microsoft Edge to stop
    working when it initializes the download of a font from a
    malformed (not RFC compliant) URL.
  • Addresses an issue where some users may receive an error
    when accessing files or running programs from a shared folder
    using the SMBv1 protocol. The error is “An invalid
    argument was supplied”.
  • Addresses an issue that causes Task Scheduler
    tasks configured with an S4U logon to fail with the
    error “ERROR_NO_SUCH_LOGON_SESSION/STATUS_NO_TRUST_SAM_ACCOUNT”.

Microsoft says that the update will be downloaded and installed
automatically, but you can always check for updates
from Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows
Update. It can be manually downloaded here.

Microsoft is not aware of any known issues in this cumulative
update, and it’s likely that the patch will install correctly
for everyone. Microsoft is already working on next batch of
patches for Windows 10, and it will be released on July 10 with
a long list of security and non-security improvements to
address bugs in the operating system and apps.



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