Windows 10 Build 16299.522 is now available, download offline installer

Windows 10 April 2018 Update
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KB4284822 is now available for Windows 10 Fall Creators
Update (version 1709) devices and it advances the systems to
Build 16299.522. The direct download links
for Windows 10 KB4284822 are also available on
Microsoft’s Update Catalog.

In case you’re planning to manually upgrade the systems, you
can always grab the offline installer from Microsoft’s Update
Catalog website.

Microsoft earlier this month released cumulative updates for
all supported versions of Windows 10, and in a support
document, the company had confirmed that another patch with
additional fixes will be released soon. As expected, the second
round of cumulative update is now available for Fall and
Creators Update.

Windows 10 Build 16299.522 comes with a long list of
bug fixes. It will show up as KB4284822 in Settings ->
Update & Security -> Windows Update, and you can only
download it if your PC is still running the old Windows 10
version 1709. It’s worth noting that this update does not come
with any features or major improvements.

KB4284822 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4284822 Direct Download Links: 32-bit (x86) and

KB4284822 Windows 10 16299.522 Full Changelog

In the changelog, Microsoft explains that the update has
addressed an application performance
degradation issue. Microsoft says that the bug could lock and
free large blocks of memory.

The company is also changing the music metadata service
provider used by Windows Media Player, and as well as
introducing the water gun emoji instead of a pistol.
Microsoft is also fixing a bug with App-V that could have
resulted in a slowdown of many actions in Windows 10.

In addition to the aforementioned fixes, Microsoft has also
updated Windows Defender Application to ensure that the
endpoints comply with regional policies.

“Addresses an issue where Windows Defender Security Center and
the Firewall Pillar app stop working when opened. This is
caused by a race condition that occurs if third-party
antivirus software has been installed,” Microsoft explains in
the changelog.

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