Windows 10 Build 16299.492 is now available, download offline installer

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Windows 10 KB4284819
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Patch Tuesday cycle brings cumulative updates for all Windows
10 versions, including version 1709. The direct download
links for Windows 10 KB4284819 are now available on
Microsoft’s Update Catalog. KB4284819 is available for
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) devices and it
advances the systems to Build 16299.492.

Windows 10 Build 16299.492 does not come with any new
features or UI changes. Microsoft has fixed the bugs reported
by the users and the update improves the overall performance of
the system.

As noted above, the June patch for Windows 10 Fall Creators
Update bumps the OS to Build 16299.492. The update should
download and install automatically, but you can manually check
for updates in Settings -> Updates & Security. To you check
whether the update installed or not, just press Win key +
R and then type winver.

KB4284819 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4284819 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and
64-bit.

KB4284819 Windows 10 16299.492 Full Changelog

Microsoft is improving the performance of the system by fixing
the general bug fixes. The company has also addressed an issue
in Microsoft Edge that causes incorrect responses to XML
requests.

The company says that the SameSite cookie web standard is now
live in both Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer.

The latest security updates are available for both Internet
Explorer and Microsoft Edge. The company is also pushing
security updates to Windows storage and
filesystems, Windows app platform and
frameworks, Windows virtualization and
kernel, Microsoft scripting engine, Windows Desktop
Bridge, Windows apps, Windows shell, Windows wireless
networking, and Windows Server.

Microsoft says that they have addressed issues with Internet
Explorer that prevents it from using an updated version of
location services. Microsoft is also fixing the issues with
devices that go into BitLocker recovery but Secure Boot is
disabled or not present, resulting in firmware installation
issues.

Similar fixes are also available in the
patch for Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803) that was
shipped today.

The patch for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is supposed to
improve the user experience, and while at this point, there are
no reports of installation issues, but everything can change as
more users get it.

Microsoft is aware of an issue where some non-English platforms
may display error in English instead of the localized language.
We’ll update this article if and when details of other issues
are available.

You’re always recommended to upgrade your PC, and you can do so
by checking for updates in the Settings app.



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